Featured case studies: financial services
A great online user experience is important no matter what industry you're in, but it's especially critical if you're dealing with money ... other people's money.
Financial institutions frequently are tasked with presenting complicated information to users in a way they can easily understand and act on. A seamless user experience can go a long way in making consumers feel confident about trusting their money to a bank or other financial services provider.
We've been approached by several financial institutions to rethink and rebuild their online presence. This week, we're featuring some of them:
Acropolis Investment Management WordPress Website
The investment experts at Acropolis selected Integrity to develop a marketing website that reflected their latest brand standards and better represented their talented team.
FTL Finance Custom Loan Processing Application Development
This St. Louis area-based lender needed a custom loan processing application that was highly intuitive, secure and stable.
beWell by FTL Finance Branding and WordPress Website Design
FTL Finance recently created a new health care financing brand and needed help establishing the brand identity, crafting a marketing strategy and developing a new marketing website.
FCS Financial WordPress Website
As a financial services provider for farmers and others in the agricultural and rural space, FCS Financial needed a marketing website to help its various customer segments find the right product or solution.
Commerce Bank 150th Anniversary Responsive Landing Page, Interactive Timeline & Video
In celebration of its 150th anniversary, Commerce Bank partnered with Integrity to create a special landing page on its website, featuring an Integrity-produced video and interactive timeline of the bank's history.
Let us help you simplify the complicated world of finance for your institution's customers. Contact us.
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