WEhomes

We partnered with Willia Estate to build WEhomes, a mortgage financing mobile-responsive web application that engages with both agents and clients. WEhomes offers an easy way for clients to see the latest rates and for agents to service their clients.

We started by understanding the users and the features needed to be included in this project. This came in the form of drafting out navigation diagrams.

There are four different types of users: Admin, Salesperson, Specialist, and Client. Each type of user had a slightly different user journey and interface.

With communication and a few revisions, the design was ready and handed over to the developer.

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