• Taylor LapeyreTaylor Lapeyre, 7 years ago

    Did anybody else think, "SImple really is far ahead of the game" while reading this?

    4 points
    • Tom Creighton, 7 years ago

      Absolutely - they got called out specifically because they're one of very few 'bank-esque' type organizations really thinking hard about customer exp. Personally, I'd love to see some of that thinking migrate up to Canada.

      0 points
    • Agusti FernandezAgusti Fernandez, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

      They where bought by the BBVA, I hope they got a nice deal and have some kind of pull on what's the path to follow, because I wouldn't expect anything to the level of Simple from BBVA itself.

      It's a Shame it's only US, can't really try the service.

      PS: Kerning seems to be 'broken' for me between Capital V and A (BBVA) Im on Lion and Chrome (stable)

      2 points
  • Jeff ShinJeff Shin, 7 years ago

    Awesome work Tom + team. Love it.

    3 points
  • Clark WimberlyClark Wimberly, 7 years ago

    Jeez, what a beautiful experience.

    3 points
  • Account deleted 7 years ago

    Thought it was a joke at first. Got thrown off by a place called Heist doing something for banks. Just me?

    2 points
    • Jordan KoscheiJordan Koschei, 7 years ago

      Yep, exactly. I noticed that and suddenly the content on the page was harder to pay attention to. The medium is the message.

      0 points
  • Joe BarberJoe Barber, 7 years ago

    This is really great.

    The forecasting & saving sections are really interesting to me. I've been working on a concept to help me budget for purchases based off a set of need/want lists.

    Kind of crazy how many finance apps are all about budgeting the money you have, and leave little room for not only budgeting money in the future, but allocating that money to specific purchases.

    2 points
  • Marc BodmerMarc Bodmer, 7 years ago

    Great work!

    2 points
  • Andy SmithAndy Smith, 7 years ago

    I really, really like the experience of this website! Great work.

    1 point
  • Shaun TollertonShaun Tollerton, 7 years ago


    0 points