Your credit union website is not only an essential tool for current members, it’s often the first thing prospective members see and can be the difference between gaining that new member or not. David Damstra covers some common mistakes made when making a website and how your credit union can avoid these and put its best foot forward.
Creativity and aesthetics are important when creating a website. However, it’s even more important to know when to reel it in and let user experience, accessibility, and trust guide your design, argues David Damstra.
In a sea of plugin options for your WordPress site, CU*Answers Creative Director David Damstra lays out what five plugins should be on the top of your list.
Looking for ways to make your website a more effective space for retailing? David Damstra, shares five essential things to improve the overall quality of your site and how your users experience it.
The continuous improvement focus of Store Days improves the documentation and information sharing for CU*Answers clients. Additionally, concentrating on the quality and centralizing of resources into the store assists in the knowledge sharing of CU*Answers staff.
A week of intense debate and brainstorming between credit union CEOs, high level managers, and CU*Answers staff, during which overarching strategies for the future of internet retailing, teller platforms, and online and mobile tools were discussed.
Signalling a change in how CEOs and their business development executives can participate in creating the solutions our network will take to market, we’ll interact with CEOs and senior-level executives in our CUSO community who have a builder’s soul and want to work with us to build a future, based on what we all want to own and use.