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2018 off to a successful start with 3 bank website launches

3/2/18

BrownBoots kicked off the new year with a flurry of excitement by launching three bank website design projects in the first month alone. In addition to First National Bank DeRidder’s new website, January ushered in new sites for Labette Bank and Stride Bank as well.

Labette Bank

Keeping the website community-focused was important to Labette Bank, a community bank that serves Southeast Kansas. While the former website relied heavily on external links, labettebank.com now pulls in information dynamically, creating a community dashboard of sorts. The new Communities page boasts weather and stocks widgets as well as a Facebook feed that lets Labette Bank choose which articles to display (i.e. social media integration).

The result is a website that functions more effectively and strategically for Labette Bank and their customers.

See the new bank website design at labettebank.com.

 

Homepage image of Stride Bank website design

Stride Bank

Stride Bank in Oklahoma provides a wide variety of services, including some products for very specific audiences — from energy and transportation loans to payroll cards. As a result, BrownBoots was able to broaden our knowledge to better serve financials everywhere.

While the bank site remains robust, stridebank.com leverages a more streamlined approach to information organization. A mega dropdown menu for navigation and modern aesthetics ensure visitors won’t get lost while exploring all Stride Bank has to offer.

See the new bank website design at stridebank.com.

The launches of First National Bank DeRidder, Labette Bank and Stride Bank spell an auspicious start to the year. Another batch of new bank websites will join them in the weeks to come, suggesting that 2018 just might be BrownBoots’ busiest — and best — year yet!

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