This case study opens a lot of questions in regards to whom this application is built for. If one of the qualities of good UX is Credibility, that is hard to find with an app where half of the times I don’t know which currency I’m operating on. There’s also a considerate investment in time for all the micro-animations to surface and exist. Does the user have an opportunity to bypass these and just have a functional app that allows for a quick transaction to occur? If a banking application is based on repetitive usage, having all those micro-animations for those interactions becomes cumbersome. As for the Visual Design metaphor and treatment, I’ll leave this opinion/consideration. When it comes to personal finances, users want transparency, visibility and perception (diminishing cost of perception is crucial). Why use a dark theme/metaphor, that invariably associates itself with hidden items as the main identifiable theme for the application?

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