NWCUA unveils new website
January 9, 2012
Albert Einstein famously claimed that the definition of insanity was doing the same thing and expecting a different result. But as we enter the New Year, the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) is unveiling a new-look homepage, which underwent a complete redesign and now boasts easier navigation and a number of new features. So, for once, Einstein’s adage doesn’t hold true, because now, clicking through to nwcua.org will yield a brand new result.
Among the site’s new bells and whistles are a slideshow on the homepage, allowing visitors quick access to important information, and an increased focus on gathering and sharing industry news. The four most recent articles from the NWCUA’s twice-weekly newsletter, Anthem, are now readily-available on the front page, and you can now sign up to receive Anthem in your inbox by scrolling down to the footer on any page on the site.
Meanwhile, all the site’s most important functions remain intact—and most have seen improvement. The Northwest Credit Union Foundation, formed through the Jan. 1 merger of the Washington and Oregon Credit Union Foundations, is housed within the NWCUA site, and the “Programs and Events” page also saw several updates.
Events are now even easier to find thanks to the newly-created drop-down menu, which allows visitors to filter by month, event type, and even by name. Events are now also laid out in an easy-to-read table, with all relevant information now available at a glance.
So, take a few minutes to click through the site in the same old way you always have. Just don’t be surprised when you find something completely different.
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