The goal of the Hedera MultiSig project was fairly straightforward - bring the multi-signature wallet creation and transacting functionality to a wider audience via a convenient user interface. The design aims to provide direct user flows with no unnecessary deviations from the main purposes of the application, while still allowing users enough playground to explore the specifics of their wallets, transactions and other operations.
The User Interface is build using a grid, that defines a single design style, rules for the arrangement of elements and alignment. The Grid speeds up the layout work and makes it look more aesthetically pleasing and proportionally structured.
Through iterative refinement, the concepts were visualized into High-fidelity wireframes, placed within the Grid. Then those wireframes evolved into comprehensive User Interface.
The shield, a symbol of defense, represents the security measures employed by multisig tools. The keyhole, symbolizing access and control, represents the authority vested in multisig tools to manage and regulate access to digital funds. Together, they create a powerful emblem for the secure and controlled management of blockchain funds. The shield safeguards digital assets while the keyhole ensures responsible utilization. Multisig tools, like physical keys, unlock the potential of blockchain governance, empowering individuals and organizations to collaboratively manage their digital assets with transparency, accountability, and enhanced security.
By creating the following Style Guide we ensure consistency across a project's UI/UX design. Some of the benefits of using a design system are: Consistency, Efficiency, Scalability and Collaboration.
By applying the Style Guide to the wireframes we created flows that allows each user to have an informative and straightforward user journey through the platform.