Last week, we discussed how your web hosting provider can ensure your bank or credit union website is compliant with federal examiners. In the conclusion of the series, we’ll look at the regulatory requirements affected by the design of your website.
If you haven’t changed your website in a few years, users may question your credibility and view you as untrustworthy. Your bank website may be ready for a redesign when it causes technical issues for customers, no longer meets your marketing goals, and uses outdated programming code.
Having a mobile-friendly or mobile-optimized bank website is good but not enough. Instead, incorporate these design features into a responsive site that will provide an ideal customer experience and will be easy for you to maintain. Our design team at BankSITE® Services is here to help.
For small and medium-sized businesses, 48% of consumers judge a company’s credibility by the design of its website. For banks and credit unions, credibility is the foundation of customer trust. You can design your bank website for success by being strategic in your content placement, keeping the design simple, and maintaining consistency throughout your site.
Your bank website can make or break your business. Whether you’re designing your site from the bottom up, redesigning your website, or looking for a new web hosting service, you want to cover all your bases before signing on the dotted line. To ensure a high return on your investment, you’ll want to consider the price, hosting ability, security measures, and the design and development involved with creating your website.