Below are a few of the very early stage designs that we used to create a prototype, to put in front of investors and those interested in the stockmarket. At this stage, the initial direction given was to tie in with the Hash Classic branding, look and feel which we decided against in the end we felt it wasn't well suited to this audience.
Here are a few captures from the beta site, which you can access here with the passoword: betateam.
I was involved in the early stages of research and product development and assisted the Product Manager in defining the MVP and product roadmap.
Following this, I lead the design of the product experience and interface. I also began early exploration of an advisor to client experience that would be built as a secondary product to Hash Finance, which allows advisors to share their own Watchlists with clients and articles of interest.
- User research
- User testing
- Product planning
- User interface design
Hash Finance is currently in beta testing and due to launch in early 2016.
Visit Beta site →
Hash Finance aggregates tweets that mention stock symbols or the company names of the stocks from Nasdaq and the NYSE and surfaces the top 30 that are trending. A unique and simple way to tap into the global conversation around the stock market, it pulls in charts and related news articles allowing the user to research further into why a particular stock may be trending at that given moment.
It is a logged-out Twitter experience, just like it's parent product Hash. Users are able to create Watchlists to know what’s being said about their portfolio or stocks of interest.