Promsvyazbank corporate clients interface
The main screen
For a user to see the bigger picture, we gathered the main information about the company’s accounts in one dashboard. Now users do not have to switch between numerous sections to find out if there are any new letters from the bank or how the account balances are doing.
Originally we planned to make the graphs bigger and brighter. They looked well but we killed that design version because we wanted the interface to look more like what corporate clients are accustomed to.
The user should always know to which corporate account he is logged in. Otherwise, one may accidentally do something that was planned for another company. To keep the user informed about what account he/she is using, the left menu and the header where the company name is written do not disappear on scroll.
The user can only edit the headline and the account description so there is no editing mode, although some parts of the text can still be altered. While the user changes what’s written in the fields, the page remains still — neither does it reload or twitch.
To simplify picking the time frame for the statement, we added the most common periods next to the calendar where one can set a custom time frame.
The accounts’ balances are something the user wants to see right away, so we placed them on top and made them stand out using the font and the size. The full list of payments has a smaller font size than the balances do.
The navigation and the number of lines display are quite old-fashioned. They imitate a classic search engine interface. When it comes to money, being conservative is not a bad thing.
This section is used both by the bank customers and the banks’ employees, so we had to adapt the interface to meet both groups’ needs. As a result, we created dozens of pages that took us about 500 hours to develop.