Integrity creates anniversary microsite, video for Commerce Bank
One of the most exciting things about Integrity (I mean, besides the open PTO, foosball and weekly donuts) is that we work with a diverse group of clients. And not just diverse in terms of industries; the companies we serve have varying ages and degrees of maturity. We have the privilege of supporting startups who are just finding their footing as well as companies with long, rich histories.
Companies like Commerce Bank.
The Kansas City-based bank is celebrating its 150th anniversary of movin' money and makin' customers happy. Commerce decided to commemorate the occasion on the web and chose the best agency in the galaxy to help. Integrity and Commerce teamed up to create a special 150th anniversary responsive microsite, video and interactive timeline.
The site itself is small and relatively simple, but it's the content that shines brighter than a brand new penny. Visitors can explore an interactive, image-rich, jQuery timeline of Commerce's history and watch a short company video we wrote and produced with the Commerce team. For a truly in-depth look into Commerce's history, users can also download a 75-page ebook as a PDF.
A key requirement of this project was that whatever modern web experience we built had to support legacy browsers as much as possible to accommodate Commerce employees and customers exploring the site. We put our money where are mouth is and totally crushed it.
Happy anniversary, Commerce Bank; here's to 150 more awesome years.
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