Circular rotational interface for display of consumer credit information

  • US 9,400,589 B1
  • Filed: 03/12/2013
  • Issued: 07/26/2016
  • Est. Priority Date: 05/30/2002
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. A non-transitory computer-readable medium comprising instructions configured to cause one or more computer processors to perform operations comprising:

  • receiving credit score user interface data, wherein the credit score user interface data comprises at least;

    a consumer'"'"'s credit score based on a credit score algorithm; and

    a consumer'"'"'s summary credit information associated with respective categories of credit information used in calculation of the consumer'"'"'s credit score;

    generating a user interface configured for display on a touch sensitive computing device, the user interface including;

    a plurality of sections of a circular visual computer interface, wherein each section of the plurality of sections is associated with a category of credit information and each section of the plurality of sections is a predetermined size according to the associated category'"'"'s weighting within the credit score algorithm; and

    a visual section indicator that indicates one of the plurality of sections as selected within the circular visual computer interface;

    accessing the credit summary information associated with a selected category of credit information, wherein the selected category comprises credit usage, age of accounts, types of accounts, payment history, or inquiries,and wherein the user interface is configured to depict the circular visual computer interface rotating in response to a dragged touch input on the displayed circular visual computer interface, wherein the rotation causes the visual section indicator to indicate a particular section as selected by the circular visual computer interface; and

    displaying at least a portion of the consumer'"'"'s credit summary information for the selected category of credit information associated with a selected section of the circular visual computer interface that is indicated as selected by the visual section indicator.

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