The world of finance and wealth provides unique problems for the UCD UX consultant, this short session will describe some of them, how to circumvent them and how UCD UX can make a critical difference to the project’s success. Missing a couple of slides. YouTube Video of Slides: http://youtu.be/EJ3GiWoSFjk I will publish the video of
Every dollar spent on UX brings in between $2 and $100 dollars in return. This is gained by spending on UX not making things look pretty, it’s not graphics its making the product, service or information system meet the business KPI’s and the customers expectations, desires and needs. Forrester Research finds that “implementing a focus
Investments for HNW and UHNW There are several types of on boarding that relate to both business and investors structure and size, their specific purpose for investing and their local regulatory constraints. The main participants in the investment process I will be focusing on four main participants in this post financial advisers (FA) and investors
I have been involved in project and program management since 1989 across various sectors and more recently have been focused in banking and finance. I have experience in Prince and Agile methodologies and will expand on the blending of these two methods through the use of user stories (a user experience method) and the positive relationship
Given the response from the last post I’m going to take the educational publishing example a bit further, if I have time before my next contract I will also create an investment banking example. I am also being asked for diagrams that explain these relationships, again if I have time I will do these also.
Best practice, puting the missing part in a puzzle Requirements gathering in Banking change programs are over detailed, over long and for the most part undeliverable. There is and has been a huge requirement for change in British banking for several years as senior bankers have sought to lever the capabilities of technology and distributed
Banking change management UCD insights There has been massive change management taking place across all sectors of British banking over the last three years. Much of this is driven by buy outs and mergers, some by efficiencies and a little more recently through questioning the nature and controls around risk management. However simply changing the