We're designing our payments app - be part of it!

Hello, Nash Community!

Paying for real things with your cryptocurrency should be super easy. We’d love your thoughts and ideas to make our payments solution the best it can be!

We’re in the process of designing Nash Mobile and are currently focussing on its integration with payments.

We would appreciate your help in determining what works best for you. You can let us know your thoughts by filling in the following form:

Nash app survey

Many thanks,
Erika
(UI/UX design)

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Oh bananas! Link is not working on my end, page can’t be found!

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Thanks for the heads up!
Can you get in now?

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Working now! Thanks!

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Awesome thanks for getting the community involved, I have participated!

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Simple and straightforward survey. I have already “Nash it”

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Just did it !

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did it :+1:

Exciting stuff! I hope to link cards and accounts like I do with the other apps

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A huge thank you for all your responses – you really have Nashed it! :wink:

These insights will play an important role in informing design decisions. Thanks again for taking part.

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Hey @Erika,

Just a thought about a feature would be nice for the payments app.

The ability to not only send (push) payments to friends/contacts/anyone but also the ability to request (pull) payments would be awesome.

Also, being able to nominate to split the total cost of a bill/payment with friends.

Thank you.

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You mean, something like ‘Tikkie’ ?
It’s a dutch App, you can ask for a payment.

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Also a frequent user of Tikkie, named it in the survey…

Are u guys going to ask for public feedbacks?

From my experience, this really depends on their target focus of the feedback.

The feedback from the exchange beta gives a pretty in-depth idea of how people use the trading aspect which is where complexities lie. These are best suited for lots of people to test.

When it comes to mobile development you are often stripping everything down to the simplest forms in the most intuitive way possible. Surveys give you the best idea on “how” people intend to use the UI but a closed internal beta with a small pool is often the most effective because studies have shown with just a handful of users you can find out over 75% of the general feedback right away that you would get from testing with thousands of users. Since the feedback they would most likely be looking for is things outside of trading itself (i.e. Nash Pay, etc.) this is most likely served best working with a small number of testers with very precise feedback.

You don’t really need 1000+ testers to arrive at something like apple pay just really good UI/UX designers who understand their audience and a few testers.

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yes it´s working :slight_smile:

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the genius would be that you everywhere where you could pay with nfc you just pulls the phone and paid with nash pay. like apple pay or Google pay :slight_smile:

Here are 2 of my early conceptual designs for mobile. Still far from perfect but it’s something I threw together for my application to work with Nash. I think I speak for most of the community and say, we are excited for Nash :grinning: I cannot wait to see what the UI/UX designers come up with.

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Wow, nice effort. Really like your design, looks simple and intuitive. :+1:

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