After several iterations of Finsemble’s UI, we’ve learned a lot about making a beautiful UI that reinforces a user’s flow state. We’ve folded these lessons into a general overhaul of our UI for Finsemble 4.0.
Great design supports the user’s flow state. But how do you get there? Here are five principles of good, flow-centered UX design.
Imagine all the tools within your workflow—legacy, modern, and third-party—working together in an integrated and unified desktop experience. Finsemble seamlessly assembles and syncs disparate applications for capital markets end users. See how this works on a sales dashboard.
In professions that demand large amounts of real-time information, how does one allow for the reduction of visual noise so that the crucial information can shine through? What happens if something that was previously considered noise is now the signal? Is there room for clarity of information?
Importance of UI – Adaptive
We prefer to think of our HTML5 financial charts as interactive maps—open sandboxes or drawing canvases—which require a considerable amount of chart real estate and clever placement of tools.