Bank of Pontiac recently unveiled a new web site designed by LKCS. The new site was specifically designed to meet ADA accessibility guidelines, while being user friendly, informative, and compatible with mobile devices.
Pontiac, IL (PRWEB) December 16, 2016
Bank of Pontiac (https://www.bankofpontiac.com) has recently launched a new and improved website. The website offers a number of enhancements and additions that that improve functionality for all site visitors.
The Bank of Pontiac became aware that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) website guidelines have become a target for litigation against financial institutions and needed to update their website to meet these guidelines. Therefore, the bank’s marketing team was extremely concerned with making sure the site was ADA compliant and at the same time wanted to refresh the website that included a complete overhaul.
LKCS (http://www.lk-cs.com), a leading financial marketing agency was engaged to provide the best online experience possible for Bank of Pontiac customers. LKCS was tasked to design a much cleaner look, improve brand identity, provide more intuitive navigation, ensure a responsive design, and implement a range of new financial tools. Most importantly, LKCS needed to build the site to meet Web Content Accessibility 2.0/AA Guidelines.
These accessibility guidelines ensure that web sites provide equal access to people with disabilities. Web site programming needs to be properly handled to be compatible with screen readers and other assistive devices. By following these guidelines, web sites are better for all users as many of the guidelines focus on having user-friendly design and navigation, easy to understand content, and proper use of color.
LKCS took on this challenge and designed a brand new website for the bank that exceeded their goals by addressing several other issues including ongoing site maintenance and ease of use. BOP staff now have the ability to modify all website content, text, images, add or delete pages, automatically track content changes, and improve search engine optimization with ease and without any previous programming knowledge. These capabilities are implemented through the Sitefinity Content Management System and LKCS’ financial web site tool suite. LKCS is proud to be recognized as an award winning Sitefinity Partner.
The new website also provides a better mobile experience. LKCS integrated a responsive web design that allows mobile users to use the new website from any phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. The site will automatically reformat web content to adjust appropriately to any device’s screen resolution.
“I love our new website,” said Ann Scholtes Assistant Vice President of Marketing. “Working with LKCS was such an easy process and the final website looks great! It’s also a relief to know our new website is following the ADA guidelines and has accessible features for people with disabilities.”
The recently launched Bank of Pontiac website can be found at: https://www.bankofpontiac.com/. To learn more about LKCS’ web development and marketing capabilities please visit http://www.lk-cs.com.
About Bank of Pontiac
Since it opened its doors for business in 1947, Bank of Pontiac has been providing financial solutions for the people of Livingston County and their surrounding communities. They are a strong community bank offering a variety of financial services to both individuals and businesses. Additional information about LKCS can be found at https://www.bankofpontiac.com.
Based in Peru, Illinois, LKCS is the leader in providing end-to-end marketing, graphic design, commercial printing, direct mail, web development, and statement processing services to financial institutions. Combined with over 50 years of financial marketing expertise, LKCS leverages the latest technologies and techniques to improve marketing results and return on investment for our clients. We do that. Additional information about LKCS can be found at http://www.lk-cs.com.
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