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Partnering Toward a Fresh New Credit Union Design

Relationships matter, especially in the world of federal credit unions. Thankfully, partnerships are what we specialize in at Blend — and it was a partnership with SELCO that led to a fresh, beautiful new site.

Responsive Tables Help Customers Compare Accounts

Tables, while seemingly simple, can be difficult to implement — especially when it comes to mobile widths. For SELCO, Blend helped develop a table option that worked at both full-width and on mobile.

Understanding the Ecosystem: Documentation of People and Apps

An onsite exercise in alignment, our governance and taxonomy workshop helped present a big picture look at internal communication.

More than a Lift and Shift: Moving Dozens of Sites onto Optimizely

A project in process, we are helping move dozens of sites for a major investment firm onto Optimizely.

Implementation of Partner Provided Design

Implementation of vendor-provided graphic design to help improve customer experience.

Moving from Custom to Episerver

Sometimes the work Blend does goes unseen, and that’s by design. Which is exactly the case with our recent forklift of Builder Finance’s move to Episerver (now Optimizely).

Moving a Bank from Design to Umbraco Implementation

Western State Bank had a design that needed to be implemented within Umbraco. Thankfully, that’s exactly what Blend was able to help them do.

Deep Integration of Fund Data: An Always Moving Target

Displaying fund data requires a heavily regulated system of disclaimers, historic records, and always changing numbers.

Providing a Usable and Accessible Banking Experience

To some, a bank’s front door is the website, which means the website needs to be as inclusive as the building itself.