Mobile App for Disnat
Desjardins Online Brokerage
UX & Product Designer
As a company, Disnat begun in the days, you need to call a broker on the floor to make a trade. So it is not a recent upstart app for the millennials (read Robinhood ↗︎ or Weathsimple ↗︎ here). Their customers are corporate businesses, financial advisors, day traders, and small investors who are doing it for families. And they had plenty of customers, close to a million !
When they launched their fist app, they decided to go native on both iOS and Android, taking full advantage of the built-in UI platform instead of trying to build something custom and unique. It paid off, as they launched a series of version quickly and promptly.
And now their customers were asking for even more.
The goal was to find something that could fit in a small space, while still being usable.
Note: Figma doesn't let you scroll two distinctive lists as a single one. When the user pans his finger horizontally or vertically, you have to image the columns and row of both lists, buy and sell, moving in unison. This prevents complexity for the user as it doesn't necessitate to be precise, the scroll working in both directions anywhere the finger is located on the screen.
You can view the full wireframes by visiting the Figma file below. Make sure to check all the pages, a first installation, login, onboarding, home, markets, trading, watch lists and user profile. Note: the interface screens are in French by request from the client.