FransiMobile

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FransiMobile

FransiMobile is a mobile banking application for Banque Saudi Fransi (www.alfransi.com.sa). The Bank launched a new application in 30-Dec-2014 to have a new look & feel and rich functionalities and services.
The new application designed to have best user experience by focusing on the main items for each module in the application.

FransiMobile Design Guidelines:
• Intuitive Design
• Clean, Live, open & Fast
• Alive & in-motion
• Ergonomic & Usage Oriented
• Maximize Productivity
• Logical Organization of Data
• Connected & Seamless
• Delight & Retain

Also, We followed the best practice of application designs and mobile user experience

Design Best Practices
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• Aesthetic Integrity
• Consistency
• Interactive
• Feedback
• Close-to-real-life
• User Control

User Experience Best Practices
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• Light and Simple – Bauhaus
• Typography – Swiss style
• Alive & In-Motion
• Emphasis on Content
• Enhanced Interactivity
• Responsive

Our approach focuses on providing an optimal balance of design and functionality in the process of product design & development to ensure intuitive and high-performance Mobility apps.

Devices and Platforms Supported: Android , iPhone / iPad , Blackberry

App Categories: Business and Finance

Nominated for: 2015 Winter Awards
Silver Award
Best Mobile App User Interface

Price: Free

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