SplitSavvy

SplitSavvy

Track expenses with more freedom and flexibility

Track expenses with more freedom and flexibility

PLATFORM

Financial Tool

Platform

Mobile Feature

TIMELINE

1 week (2024)
BACKGROUND

A Modified Design Sprint

This was a 1-week solo project where I used a modified version of a design sprint. During the process, I discovered a gap in the market which I used as the focus for this case study.

PROBLEM STATEMENT

Helping Those Who Share Expenses

How might we design an expense tracking app that allows users to easily split inputs to help those that share budgets and expenses?

MARKET ANALYSIS

What's Missing?

Top Insights:

Lack of customization for specific categories.

Lack of splitting fields.

Privacy and security concerns when linking your bank.

IDEATION

Splitting Categories

Listing information fields to input:

  1. Using a photo of a receipt for AI to input fields automatically

  2. Advanced version of #2, more features and fields

  3. Organizing visual hierarchy

  4. Adding a gallery to #4

  5. Focusing on splitting categories

  6. Going back to #1 but adding splitting categories

  7. Combination of everything, and adding a different layout

Initial Loading Screen

Entering a Transaction

Splitting a Transaction

IMPACT

Expanding on Existing Platforms

This projects addressed a gap in existing platforms managing user segmentation, categories, and amounts. It introduced a method to distribute inputs across different stages of the flow.

This solution can significantly benefit businesses by expanding beyond individual users, which makes this a great way to reach more users as this creates a collaborative effort in tracking expenses with others.

NEXT STEPS

More Validation and Testing

To validate with more specific information, I would involve finding users that encounter similar challenges when splitting these field types. This exploration will help me improve the product and potentially provoke a redesign on an established platform.

The idea of implementing this feature into an app on the market can lead to better testing methods such as A/B testing, and measures on retention rates and usability metrics.

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© 2024 Dexter Sulit

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