Nigerian Lady Designs Mobile App “Àjo” For Peer-To-Peer Lending, Savings

A Nigerian lady identified as Hiqmat Lawal on LinkedIn, has shared an update about the design for a proposed mobile app named Àjo (“thrift contribution” in Yoruba Language), for peer-to-peer lending, savings.

Hiqmat Lawal

Hiqmat Lawal explained that, the app’s primary function is to enable a peer-to-peer lending service in a secured field, where a group is created either by you or you’re automatically connected to people with the same contribution plan as you.

Whereas the secondary function is to help save your money for the rainy days.

Her statement reads;

“Hello! I just designed an app named Àjo (“thrift contribution” in Yoruba). The primary goal of this app is enable a peer-to-peer lending service in a secured field, where a group is created either by you or you’re automatically connected to people with the same contribution plan as you. The secondary goal is also to help save your money for the rainy days😉. I’d really appreciate your views on this, Thanks! #uiuxdesign #figmadesign”

Her LinkedIn profile partly reads; “Hello! I’m a UI/UX designer I’m passionate about solving problems through creating user friendly interface.

“I’m quite versed in the use of Figma which I use mainly for UI designs, mockups, wireframe, micro interactions, basic iconography.”

Below are photos she shared about the proposed App for for peer-to-peer lending, savings.

App for peer-to-peer lending, savings.

App for peer-to-peer lending, savings - photos

App for peer-to-peer lending, savings - photos (Mentorslinks.com)

App for peer-to-peer lending, savings - Mentorslinks.com

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