Author: Kerala Taylor

Financial Brand

4 Ways Social Media Can Help Financial Marketers Celebrate Community

We wrote this piece for The Financial Brand, which features some great examples from our clients Trailhead Credit Union, DC Credit Union, Point West Credit Union, and Los Alamos National Bank. While nearly all companies know they need a social media presence, many banks and credit unions have not embraced social media enthusiastically. Consider, as a benchmark, that Twitter launched … Continue reading

Chase Bank

Site Study: Chase Bank

Chase Bank needs no introduction. Most everyone is familiar with this massive financial institution, which is currently the United States’ largest bank, with assets over $2.5 trillion. As one might expect, the Chase website is also massive, with hundreds of pages and a robust suite of features. There is a lot the Chase website does well, but as always, there … Continue reading

Financial Brand

7 Design Ideas Credit Unions Can Use to Amp Up Their Websites Now

PixelSpoke was recently featured in an article in The Financial Brand about design ideas that credit unions and community banks can use to improve their websites. Here’s more from Financial Brand editor, Bill Streeter: Most websites in retail banking are lagging behind other industries by at least five years. The experience is often clunky, and the design is typically dated. … Continue reading

Cameron Madill

How to Avoid Mediocrity and Irrelevance: Cameron Madill on Well Capitalized Podcast

Our CEO Cameron Madill recently joined Josh Noble, Manager of Innovation at Unity Credit Union, Well Capitalized, a podcast for Canadian credit unions. Cameron and Josh discuss industry best practices, the importance of rallying for a cause, and how credit unions can truly differentiate themselves. Cameron touches on some interesting differences between Canadian and US credit unions, and gives examples … Continue reading

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Site Study: Simple Bank

Many financial websites are overwhelming, to say the least. Not so with Simple. True to its name, Simple keeps its website fresh and clean. It’s something of a palate cleanser after looking at the busy, promo-laden websites that seem to be the norm for most financial institutions. We’ve compiled some of the things Simple does best, plus a few minor … Continue reading

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