Integrated digital shopping
and payment app

Scan & Go - RBI
“Thanks to a great collaboration with TheVentury, we turned our idea into a useful and friendly product, close to our customer’s needs. Their design expertise met our expectations in terms of the product, and their coaching guidance helped us face the challenges with determination and confidence. It was great to work with such dedicated and inspiring people”

Visorjan Koja  – Intrapreneur at RBI

Design sprint: From sketch to a Hi-Fi Prototype in just 5 days

UI Design: Designing a user interface for a minimum viable product

User Experience: Supporting the team members with UX testing

From banking to digital product design
As part of the Raiffeisen Bank International Innovation Garden, four employees of RBI Albania developed their business idea of an integrated scanning and payment app with the ultimate goal of pitching their product to Albanian supermarket chains.
TheVentury helped them during the initial phase to develop the user interface for their app and built a Landing Page to measure the desirability of their product.

The Problem

How to get from rough sketch to a pitch-able prototype?

After the development of the initial idea, the Scan&Go team approached us to help with the design and conceptualization of the User Interface of their application.

Coming from a business background, the Entrepreneurs required expertise in User Interface Design in order to convert their vision into an attractive product while helping them to keep their users’ experience in mind.

The Solution

Using Google Design Sprints to move forward

Starting with the users goals we laid out the content and screen sketches from the client and grouped and labeled them in a logical way, which now represents the backbone of the application. We created a professional looking, high-fidelity and clickable Prototype that matches their brand identity and took possible pain points of the customer journey into account.

An inexpensive way to truly test their hypothesis and the desirability of their product before it will be built by developers. By the end of day 4, the prototype was ready to be tested by real users or presented to potential investors.

The Solution

Using Google Design Sprints to move forward

Starting with the users goals we laid out the content and screen sketches from the client and grouped and labeled them in a logical way, which now represents the backbone of the application. We created a professional looking, high-fidelity and clickable Prototype that matches their brand identity and took possible pain points of the customer journey into account.

An inexpensive way to truly test their hypothesis and the desirability of their product before it will be built by developers. By the end of day 4, the prototype was ready to be tested by real users or presented to potential investors.

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