Often, website updates focus on aesthetics—layout, content, brand colors, and banners—but fail to delve into the backend updates websites require to deliver those visuals quickly and effectively. David Damstra explains which essential updates you might be overlooking.
Web developer Sam Lechenet analyzes how much traffic each of your web pages is getting and how you can refocus your design efforts to save time and money.
Designer Peter Meyers urges credit unions to take a step back from the color palettes and font choices to reexamine their website’s content and find ways to inspire users to engage with their site.
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.
Web Developer Tony Muka warns credit unions to stay away from the allure of website accordions or they may risk losing user experience and accessibility.
Over the last few years, there has been an increasing emphasis placed on Search Engine Optimization and discoverability, but how do you tackle SEO on the local business front? Casey Smith offers some insight and suggestions.
Casey Smith argues that video is an essential but underutilized tool for credit union websites and provides examples of how it can set you apart from your competition.
Web Applications Developer Sam Lechenet analyzes common trends design among the top ten credit unions’ websites, and suggests what common elements you may want to implement into your site.