In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, user experience is key to the success of any digital product. Ensuring that your product meets the needs of your target audience is crucial. Enter the George Discovery Hub. As a matter of fact, it ensures close contact with the users. Users who become a discoverer can make their opinion heard, their feedback matter, and shape the future of George.
Lisa is a copywriter at George Labs. If she had a companion, it would be a copycat. Her passion for (bad) puns is matched only by her love for drawing.
What is behind the 3-letter-abbreviation GDS? Short answer is: a lot of the “how” of the smooth, consistent, and trusted user experience that George offers. Also, a lot of saving resources and getting from 50 shades of blue to the one and only true blue. Now that the George Design System is public, we took a closer look.
A problem shared is a problem halved. And so are bills. Holidays, an evening out at a restaurant, or a present for which everybody pitched in– there are many situations in which we wish to have an easy way to split bills. Even better to have such a solution in the same place to which we go to for transactions. George makes banking easy, So why not include a feature to split bills easily?Read More »Let’s split the bill.
George is personal. George learns. George is your clever personal financial companion. It is easy to say that George is smart. However, the question is why is George considered to be smart? The answer seems to be an obvious one. George is considered to be canny because he offers intelligent features and functions. Granted. Still, the question remains answered only superficially. What is really interesting are the various reasons for which the users consider George to be smart. And there are more than expected.
Power user or occasional user? Pure curiosity or enthusiasm for development? The discoverers are as diverse as George’s features and so is their respective motivation to join the Discovery Hub. Here’s a glimpse behind the scenes to see what distinguishes the discoverers and what unites them.
Money is important. But there’s more needed in time of crisis. George speaks Ukraininan now. This way, people who had to flee Ukraine in the face of the Russian war have now access to their finances even if they don’t speak English. It is however, not only about the pure words in a different language but also about habits, cultural impacts and shared knowledge.
10 years, 8 million. Two very big numbers that imply very big changes. The George team has grown from an office with a kitchen to an office with a view. Or rather: many offices with different views, since George is now at home in six countries. To talk about the past, the present, and the future, Isabella Frey and Stefan Häbich joined our podcast.
Natalie Korotaeva and Pavel Mocan joined the podcast to talk about teaching. Tune in to hear about their experiences, both within and outside of George Labs: their best moments, challenges and what they would love to learn themselves.