Expense splitter


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Design pattern for Expense Splitter seen in Design Clinic 24/11/16:

WESTPAC MOBILE APP: 

State 1

 State 2: Add an expense

 State 3: Expense details

 State 4:

Dashboard:

Send a SMS:

Expense details 

Do we typically put the add buttons at the top of a list? 

written 12 months ago by Stephen Cox  

It depends on the user flow and type of list. Some considerations are:

1) a button at the top of the list is useful if the list is likely to get quite long. I think that what might not work with the current design is that it interrupts the flow because the purple heading says ‘I paid $300 for..’ and then it has the 'Add expense' button - so it doesn’t read well. What might help is to visually separate the button from the flow of content.

2) if the main task for the majority of users is to scan the list first, before creating a new item, it might make sense to have a button at the bottom of the list.

Essentially you’d want a solution that supports the user workflow/productivity. 

written 12 months ago by Amritah Pathak  
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Design pattern for Expense Splitter seen in Design Clinic 24/11/16:

STG MOBILE APP

State 1:

State 2:

State 3:

 

State 4:

State 5:

 

State 6:

 

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