Digital Government

Sorted: Sorted!, Commission for Financial Capability

Individuals are placed at the centre of sorting their finances, in a reboot of the Sorted website. The popular, but dated, mouse mascot was retired for a new brand design and personal finance dashboard. Graphic visuals quickly convey important messages, such as the image of a house, split by principal and interest, to show that a $500,000 house could be costing them close to $1m and how much they could save by changing their payments.

Over 80,000 people have signed up to Sorted, spending close to seven minutes on the site. The bounce rate has decreased from 39% to 12% and there's been an 18% growth of users per month. Sorted is open source and freely available to all; it's used by community, government and commercial organisations. Sorted helps people see their future and sort their finances.