Divorce SaaS platform dtour.life digitizes the divorce process by collaborating with lawyers and spouses to enable the entire disclosure process to occur online, saving lawyers time and spouses money.
Dtour was looking to solidify their product offering and improve their UX & UI globally. I collaborated with their product and development team to refine their product & user strategy and UI design language.
The previously implemented dashboard was static and fragmented, and didn’t effectively communicate the value of Dtour’s product offering. When I redesigned the dashboard, I simplified the interface in order to clearly articulate the 4 tools that are essential to a spouse’s divorce process. I reframed the tools to highlight the value they bring to the user, and implemented surface level progress UI so that the user can keep track of what they have completed, and what they have left to accomplish.
Custom Icon Design
Customized icons give dtour’s brand an approachable voice, while offering additional hues to expand upon the sensitive, gender neutral color palette.
A crucial part of the divorce disclosure process covers each spouses Income & Expenses. I designed this responsive Income disclosure experience as flexible system that enables a spouse to easily add their annual and monthly income.
A crucial part of the divorce disclosure process covers each spouses Income & Expenses. I designed this responsive expenses disclosure experience as flexible system that enables a spouse to easily enter their family’s monthly expenses.
Cash Flow Report
The Cash Flow Report helps professionals (lawyers, CDFA’s) comb through a spouse’s expenses to find inconsistencies in monthly spending, as well as help paint a forward-looking financial picture for the spouse based on their current cash flow. It was important that this Cash Flow Report feel friendly and approachable for spouses, yet actionable and easy to read and scan for professionals.