• Interfaces
  • RBC
  • The making of the RBC Foreign Currency Market website layouts

    Overview• Process

    The existing service of finding currency exchange offices needs to be reinvented making use of modern tools. We start from the beginning by plotting the addresses on the map.

    Showing information about the selected office in a separate card.

    Getting the client’s comments that not all entries in the table are equal: for example, there is paid placement and special offers. Besides, search tools also need to be updated. Adjusting the layout.

    The client suggests not to tie clients to the map and to give them the option to see the results in a traditional list. Developing the idea. Making adjustments, including the ability to add banks to Favorites and filter by currently open offices.

    Simultaneously working on the statistics and help pages.

    Suggesting to use a live graph to show rate dynamics.

    To enter their rates, representatives of banks and exchange offices need to create an account and choose one of the pricing plans. Designing the plan information page and the application form.

    Getting another reminder from the client about paid services and special offers. We need to include this information, too.

    Showing the layouts to the client, getting the final OK and sending everything for typesetting.