Capital Two Personal Banking App

Winning project for the 2015 Capital One Summit for Software Engineers' 18-hour hack-a-thon!

The Capital Two (spin on Capital One) banking application has a spending visualization tool meant to help cut down on frivolous, daily expenditure. It accomplishes this by visually laying out where you are spending most of your money in a given time frame without the tedious process of manually categorizing or summing up your purchases. It combines the ease and features of many budget management apps with your existing personal banking application. 

This project manifested in two ways: in an Android app and a web app. This is designed with consumers' varying preferences in mind.

Target segment: 79% of 18-44 year olds have used mobile banking in the past year (Federal Reserve 2014)

  • Millennials often focus on instant gratification, spending an average of $800/month while often earning significantly less. This is attributed to financial ignorance and new click-to-pay features that cater to impulsive habits.


Github + Code

Android: https://github.com/mollywang/Android-C1-Banking-App-View-Functionality
Technologies used:

  • Java
  • AngularJS using the Nessie Capital One API
  • Android Studio
  • Adobe Creative Suite - InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator

Web app: https://github.com/mollywang/C1-Hackathon
Front-end: https://github.com/dipsikha/C1-Hackathon

Technologies used:

  • AngularJS using the Nessie Capital One Customer API
  • JQuery
  • Bootstrap
  • HTML5
  • CSS3