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How to create a bank website RFP [TEMPLATE]

Author: Allison Gibbs

Your boss has given the green light to begin the exploration for new website.

Cue cheers!

Then your boss adds that you have to put together an RFP.

Cue sad trombone.

How to Test Your Bank's Website for ADA Compliance

Author: Michael Reynolds

ADA litigation targeting banking websites is a real concern for the banking industry, including small banks and community credit unions.

Did you know that if your bank or credit union website violates title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Department of Justice may obtain civil penalties of up to $55,000 for the first violation and $110,000 for any subsequent violation? Don't be caught unprepared! Make sure your banking website meets reasonable levels of accessibility compliance. Not only will you reduce your risk and avoid costly litigation—but more importantly, there are many benefits for your customers with a range of disabilities. What can you do? 

Why You Shouldn't Build Your Bank's Website on WordPress

Author: Allison Gibbs

Just about every modern website is built on a content management system. This allows website managers to edit content, embed images and video, publish articles, and manage data without the need to learn web programming.

10 Ways To Speed Up Your Banking Website

Author: Michael Reynolds

Users have always demanded fast loading websites. Now, search engines and even social networks are placing more emphasis all the time on website speed. Can your website keep up or do you run the risk of being penalized for slow load times?

12 Step Website Audit for Banks and Credit Unions

Author: Allison Gibbs

Financial institutions face several unique website design challenges, such as massive content organization, third-party software integrations with the website, and the strictest security demands. If you're thinking of a new website engagement for your bank or credit union, the best way to begin planning and budgeting is to do a thorough audit and analysis of your website.

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Authors

  • Allison Gibbs
  • Michael Reynolds
  • Stephanie Fisher