<aside> 📌 Disclaimer: All WabiPay assets used for this project are purely for illustrative purposes only and do not reflect the intentions of WabiPay or any of its affiliates.
Why WabiPay Platform?
WabiPay is the tool that is incorporated into Wabi (read case study) to facilitate and accelerate payment systems within the ecosystem.
I was part of the team focused on this project and as the only UX/UI designer I defined user task flows, created wireframes, prototypes and mockups.
We worked based on a CUBI scheme that allowed us to have different contexts and perspectives mapped.
The result of this project was the successful exit of WabiPay as a payment and collection tool.
1 UX/UI designers | 3 Devs | 1 PO / 1 BA
Sketch | Zeplin | Lottie
<aside> 📆 Duration 10 sprints
Wabi had started the expansion process throughout Argentina, incorporating a platform for payment systems from an external provider, however, this dependency meant that in case of system failures, resorting to documentation and / or waiting for support help would delay the Checkout of the entire purchase in Wabi, causing a high rate of frustration and abandonment of tasks by users.
🎯 The purpose was to carry out the development of a virtual wallet that would be part of the ecosystem in Wabi.
According to this purpose, the following functions were distinguished:
Payment. Which could be divided into paying a friend or a merchant.
Charge. Designed for merchants and bottlers.
Withdraw. Designed so that merchants could get their money for the sales made.
The preconditions that I had to take into account were: