We’ve decided to try something diferent and create a proof-of-concept remake of the MBNet platform to show how it can be improved and adapted for todays time.
MBNet is a portuguese service where you can create temporary virtual VISA cards with any amount of money you want. Yes, it’s very useful and important but the service isn’t updated since 2005.
So our objectives were:
- Adapt design for todays needs
- Better organization of information
- Make use of stored data about your payments.
We took care in simplifying some steps (like the payments pop-up) and improving the usefulness of the data that exists in the platform.
So now, you should be able to sort, filter and browse your data and use different visualization statistics.
Project is done in Ruby on Rails, Mysql and jQuery. HTML/CSS is done using the 960gs. All in 24 hours. Some things are not completely functional. It’s a proof-of-concept.
You can view the project online at mbnet.heroku.com.
Here’s some screenshots: