We’re thrilled to announce that our clients VSECU, OnPoint, Educators, and UMe all won 2022 Silver Davey Awards for their website redesigns!
VSECU is a values-based financial cooperative that aims to improve the quality of life for all Vermonters.
PixelSpoke and VSECU identified three primary goals for the website redesign:
- Communicate VSECU’s unique impact to strengthen its emotional connection with members
- Facilitate the heavy lifting of conversions
- Create a targeted and personalized experience to meet the goals of its wide-ranging audiences
You can learn more about VSECU’s website redesign in our case study.
OnPoint has been improving the lives of its members and the communities it serves—including Portland, Vancouver, Eugene and Bend—for 90 years.
The latest website redesign aimed to:
- Update the look and feel to align with new branding elements
- Place relevant content at visitors’ fingertips by contextually embedding key tools, resources, and calls to action
- Better optimize location pages on the heels of OnPoint’s massive expansion into Fred Meyer stores in 2021
You can learn more about OnPoint’s website redesign in our case study.
Based in Burbank, California UMe Credit Union was chartered by a group of Burbank Unified School District teachers in 1940. Today, UMe serves over 16,000 members.
PixelSpoke and UMe identified three primary goals for the website redesign:
- Stand out from the crowd
- Be helpers not bankers
- Empower the UMe team
You can learn more about UMe’s website redesign in our case study.
Educators Credit Union was founded by teachers in 1937 in Racine, Wisconsin. Today, Educators members are students, government workers, healthcare employees, small business owners and many other community members.
PixelSpoke and Educators identified three primary goals for the website redesign:
- Update the look and feel to reflect current branding
- Enhance the member digital experience
- Better tailor the website to its intended audiences
Take a look at our portfolio to see other award-winning websites.