TRUMBL is a software that aids the user in achieving their financial goals that they have trouble keeping track of and prioritising. It utilises peer accountability to break the stigma around financial conversations by promoting it within their social circle of friends and family. It has the ability to be either implemented as a stand-alone mobile and desktop application or integrated into a banking organisation.
This idea was developed as part of the RMIT Fastrack Program which is “a design-led innovation accelerator program, combining top students from across RMIT with innovative industry partners to solve real-world challenges.”
As a group of three, and partnering with the Innovation Team at ANZ, the brief set was: “Financial Fitness: How can financial institutions effectively engage with Australians to help them adopt better financial principles and increase their overall financial fitness?”.
The program allowed us to learn from and interact with many large corporations including; Deliotte Centre for the Edge, IsoBar, SEED Digital and The Difference Incubator.