What Is Diviso?
Diviso is a money-sharing app like Zelle and Venmo, where users are able to deposit money into a shared account. Any purchases made on this account will be split evenly between everyone on the account. Diviso is meant for people who go on vacation with friends or live with roommates. By evenly splitting the purchases for the users we are removing the human element from these transactions.
How it Works
Diviso creates a virtual bank account between a set number of users. These users then choose a set amount of money for everyone on the account to deposit. The users will then be able to pull money from this account to pay for items that are split up between the people on the account.
The targeted audience for Diviso is any family or group of friends that vacation, live, or eat out together. Users can be of any age to use the app; the only requirement is that the user has to have a bank account to connect to the app.
User personas are fictional characters that represent the target users of a product or service. They are created through research and analysis of user data, such as demographics, behavior patterns, and needs.
In the case of developing Diviso, user personas played a crucial role in the development process. By creating user personas, I was able to gain a deeper understanding of my target users and their needs, goals, and pain points.
User flows are diagrams that outline the path a user takes through a digital product or service. They help designers and developers visualize the user’s journey and identify pain points within the application. In the context of developing Diviso, user flows are an essential tool for creating a seamless and intuitive user experience.
User flows are a crucial tool in the development of Diviso. By mapping out the user’s journey and identifying pain points, I can create a seamless and intuitive user experience that meets the needs of their customers.
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During the user testing sessions, I received positive feedback from the participants about the application’s ease of use. They found the interface easy to navigate, with clear labeling and a logical flow of information. Overall, the users found it easy to complete tasks such as creating an account, creating a shared account, edit profile information and withdrawing money from a shared account.
However, the participants did provide feedback on one area for improvement. They requested the addition of a previous transaction screen that would allow the user to view the previous transactions on the shared accounts. Some users expressed the desire to see who made the purchase and for what amount.
In response to this feedback, I plan to add a previous transaction screen to the application’s next version. This screen will provide users with the ability to view their previous orders and details related to them, such as the person who made a purchase, the date of purchase, and the total amount. I believe this feature will enhance the overall user experience and provide additional convenience to our users.