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Antique Statue’s in Fintech: Behind the Scenes

August 15th, 2017 No comments

Join Devexperts on a curious journey that led them to combine the theme of stone statues of antiquity and fintech.

macbook in antique imperior with dxTrade Web

How do you set your products apart from the competition in a narrow saturated marketplace? This is never an easy task, particularly if you are working in a specific B2B segment and your clients are large companies. We all know that a trial can sometimes yield results. But in general we have found at Devexperts that when promoting our products and services it is often more efficient and secure to use live demos in a bid to familiarize a customer with how we can revolutionize their business. Regularly attending exhibitions and interacting with our prospective customers, it is paramount that Read more…

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Chameleon: A Cozy Palette Management Tool

June 22nd, 2017 No comments

When a product suite is constantly evolving it can be a challenge to keep under control the combinatorial explosion of colors; particularly when you have to maintain a number of related products. This article describes the challenges, explores the different approaches and unveils the solution our UI designers and developers uncovered while customizing Devexperts trading applications.

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Approaches towards workspace organization in the modern trading software UI

November 16th, 2012 3 comments

Users of modern trading platforms demand complex features and flexibility for their day-to-day tasks, and it is the UI designer’s job to satisfy those needs. This article gives a brief overview of some modern approaches towards workspace organization for complex user interfaces.

On the surface, trading seems like a no-brainer from the user interface standpoint: all you need is to buy low, sell high, and some enthusiasm in trading to to make your billions.

In other words, the tasks that a user needs to complete within a trading platform, are:

• Determine an object to buy or sell (this object is usually called an instrument)
• Determine the time that is best to buy or sell
• Perform the buy or sell
• Monitor the impact of the transaction on your account.

It seems easy enough. A user interface that would make this simple-minded trader happy would then look like this.

mockup

UI done! Piece of cake, wasn’t it? However the trading process and a workable UI design for it is not that simple. Read more…

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