Uno home loans refinance

Mobile UI/UX Design for an online mortgage broker that helps Australians people refinance their home loans within around 10 minutes of effort on their mobile.

Commission
Jul.2018
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uno home loans - refinance
uno home loans - refinance
uno home loans - refinance
uno home loans - refinance

Quick ideas

Initial pattern from the new design foundation

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uno home loans - refinance
uno home loans - refinance

Linear UI Design

uno home loans - refinance

Parallel UI Design

Parallel UI in Design Context

Kocha brought incredible energy to the project

Mobile Web Design

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Project info

Uno Home Loans challenged us to simplify a complex refinancing home loans process.

Uno Home Loans provide us with their rough UI components and different variations of user journey/flow (initial concept).

We helped Uno Home Loans develop the design foundation on top of the existing UI pattern and align into the new design system.

With our rapid prototype Uno Home Loans robust their mobile web experience and simplify a refinance process. So now it only takes around 10 minutes of effort to refinance your home loans.

Uno Home Loans

Scope of works:

  • Baseline Evaluation
  • Research and Ideation
  • Information Architecture
  • User Flow Mapping
  • UI/UX Design
  • Visual Design
  • Design System

Team and credit:

  • Vincent Turner
  • Andy Coffey
  • Kocha Worapon

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*(1) Various logo/trademarks held by their respective owners. (2) All information is solely used for design demonstration purpose only—not real information. The client may modify, rearrange or amended screens on their final product.

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