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Friday, October 14 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Busting the Stress of Bank Credentials: Designing to Minimize Anxiety and Build Trust

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Does this message create a hint of concern, or possibly even anxiety? You're not alone. With the growing convenience of digital banking, so has the number of online frauds. Although there are many security systems in place today, are the users fully confident about the safety of their bank credentials? A product that deals with bank information should be intentionally designed to minimize the user’s anxiety and instead focus on building trust - the burden should be shifted from the user to the system. The question is: how can designers enable this shift?

In this presentation, we will present a case study of our work and the lessons learned by designing offerings in the finance realm. We will address the importance of trust and anxiety in the finance space; how we assessed trust, anxiety, and other human factors; how we designed to minimize anxiety and build trust, and what our important learnings were.

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Leo Caparelli

Product Design Lead, Wayfair
I’m a Product Designer Lead and I believe that Design gives us tools to change the world. My objective is to produce quality products through which values are conveyed and influence society
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Revanth Krishna

UX Designer, Amazon
Hi! I'm a Product Designer and I design to create value. I design meaningful, valuable, and delightful experiences for humans. I recently completed my MS in Human Factors in Information Design from Bentley University, Greater Boston. I have designed at Wayfair, SAP Labs, and also... Read More →

Friday October 14, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
Back Bay C/D