Payoneer Escrow is a B2B payments service that offers secure, risk-free transactions for buyers and sellers around the world.
All of my time at Payoneer was spent as a team member and front-end expert on the Payoneer Escrow team. Some of my UI/UX accomplishments include:
- Enabled cross-browser/device compatibility for the web app (including Internet Explorer)
- Enabled cross-browser/device compatibility for emails
- Redesigned flows (e.g., order creation and user registration)
While each team member had their technical strengths and assigned tasks, each team member learned and performed the full stack (e.g., REST API development, API consumption, front-end development, back-end development, database management, manual testing, automated testing, etc.). Team cohesiveness, pair programming, and open discussions are among the many techniques and tendencies practiced daily.
A simple login form.
(logged in to the web app)
Users can log in to Payoneer Escrow directly and access their account settings.
(through an authenticated lightbox)
Marketplaces and other applications that have integrated Payoneer Escrow's API in to their systems can present the Account Settings page to their users through a token-authenticated lightbox.
Note: In this sample, I'm using Payoneer Escrow's internal testing tool to simulate the UX. In a real environment, the lightbox would be displayed over the marketplace's page.
Users can view emails their Payoneer Escrow emails in desktop apps, web apps, and/or mobile apps. Here is the "Payment Received" email, which is sent when the buyer funds the secure, Payoneer Escrow account.