One of the biggest areas of disconnect for Capital One is the relationship between their physical spaces i.e. branches or cafes and their digital products. Part of the issue is that these were created separately with different teams and so don't naturally all fit together. Our challenge was to create a unified and integrated user experience regardless of channel. Our solution is One Leauge, a new program, that rebrands banking with Capital One as a membership that allows users to tap into the full potential of the cafes.
Users can ping an ambassador at the cafe space to freely ask or chat about their concerns or questions. The dropdown menu will give users an opportunity to search what are the options to call ambassadors. Since users are unaware of the service, they may need navigations. The waiting page will let users know about the estimated time and how the ambassador looks like.
Capital One Cafe users enjoy the space once they’re in it.
They’re not engaging with digital experiences currently in cafe
There’s no way for them to connect Capital One digital products with their Cafe experience.
Users might be missing out on an engaging experience in the Cafe because of confusing wayfinding and layout
Users are unaware of cafes. They tend to come across them when seeking out a Capital One branch or a cafe to do work.
Cafe experiences aren't portable. Users can't take what they've learned there and apply it to their finances in a useful way.
Many people have financial anxiety.
Our challenge was to solve the problem of wayfinding. Building a membership app to the current app, Capital One can leverage the datas and keep the user flow of the current pages without any confusion. We built the flow for users to fully take benefits what Capital One provides and to bring experience home.