Bread.

About

Senior thesis project
2 semesters

Tools

Adobe XD
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Rush

A way to prepare for financial success

bread provides a safe space for teenagers to learn about loan structures before becoming financially independent. On this app, teenagers can borrow real money from their family and undergo a simple loan process. The app introduces concepts that can be confusing or muddy such as loan terms, APR, and credit scores. At the core of this design is the belief that the teens will be more prone to retain financial concepts if they have something to gain from the experience. With bread, teens will enhance their financial literacy and familiarize themselves with financial structures and lingo. Bread aims to pique their curiosity about how money works and maybe even how to make money work for them.

Researching financial literacy

Meet bread.

Bread provides a safe space where teenagers can learn about loan structures before they are financially independent. On this app, teenagers can borrow real money from their families and undergo a simple peer to peer loan process.

Bread in action

Getting started

After setting up her account, Dana can navigate to the main page and start her first loan application process. This is where she will learn valuable concepts and terminology.

A few weeks in

Learning is hard, everything else should be simple. Dana can quickly check on her loan status, browse the information section, check messages, or update her account.

Introduce credit

The score on bread is a simulation and won't impact Dana's future score. However, she will be able to learn how credit works, and this will set her up for future success.

Interactive tutorial walkthrough

In this video you will be able to see a prototype of how Dana's first loan application will work. As she applies for the loan, she is able to learn different terminologies and concepts. When the loan is finished, she can edit on the spot and see how it affects her final decision.

Bread.

About

Senior thesis project
2 semesters

Tools

Adobe XD
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Rush

A way to prepare for financial success

Bread provides a safe space for teenagers to learn about loan structures before becoming financially independent. On this app, teenagers can borrow real money from their family and undergo a simple loan process. The app introduces concepts that can be confusing or muddy such as loan terms, APR, and credit scores. At the core of this design is the belief that the teens will be more prone to retain financial concepts if they have something to gain from the experience. With bread, teens will enhance their financial literacy and familiarize themselves with financial structures and lingo. Bread aims to pique their curiosity about how money works and maybe even how to make money work for them.

Researching financial literacy

Meet bread

Bread provides a safe space where teenagers can learn about loan structures before they are financially independent. On this app, teenagers can borrow real money from their families and undergo a simple peer to peer loan process.

Bread in action

Getting started

After setting up her account, Dana can navigate to the main page and start her first loan application process. This is where she will learn valuable concepts and terminology.

A few weeks in

Learning is hard, everything else should be simple. Dana can quickly check on her loan status, browse the information section, check messages, or update her account.

Introduce credit

The score on bread is a simulation and won't impact Dana's future score. However, she will be able to learn how credit works, and this will set her up for future success.

Interactive tutorial walkthrough

In this video you will be able to see a prototype of how Dana's first loan application will work. As she applies for the loan, she is able to learn different terminologies and concepts. When the loan is finished, she can edit on the spot and see how it affects her final decision.