Redesigning Your Website: Where Should You Put Your Effort?

Redesigning Your Website: Where Should You Put Your Effort?

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.

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Five Things You Should Know About Your Internet Domain Name

Five Things You Should Know About Your Internet Domain Name

Web Developer Tony Muka shares five things all credit unions should know about their domain name and how they can find that information.

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Top Five Reasons Your Credit Union Should Be Using Online Forms

Top Five Reasons Your Credit Union Should Be Using Online Forms

Is your credit union taking advantage of online forms? Kristian Daniel argues you should be and explains what benefits they offer your members and your credit union.

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Looks Aren’t Everything: What Makes a Website Stand Out

Looks Aren’t Everything: What Makes a Website Stand Out

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.

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Your Credit Union Website is Boring, But That’s Probably Okay

Your Credit Union Website is Boring, But That’s Probably Okay

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.

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Security Weaknesses You May Be Overlooking

Security Weaknesses You May Be Overlooking

As part of cybersecurity month, Emily Claus shares why credit unions need to carefully consider who they partner with, how they’re creating friction in the user experience, and what risks might slip through the cracks.

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Tea Time with Tony: Accordions…Good for Polka, Bad for Website User Experience

Tea Time with Tony: Accordions…Good for Polka, Bad for Website User Experience

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.

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The Three Pillars of Local SEO: Proximity, Prominence, and Relevance

The Three Pillars of Local SEO: Proximity, Prominence, and Relevance

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.

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Benefits of Adding Video to Your Credit Union Website

Benefits of Adding Video to Your Credit Union Website

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.

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Web Design: Let’s Get Down to the Nitty Gritty

Web Design: Let’s Get Down to the Nitty Gritty

While it’s important to consider the whole picture when planning out a website, designer Travis Root warns to not let focusing on the whole picture be an excuse to avoid diving into the nitty gritty.

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