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25 Inspirational & Responsive Banking Website Designs

The next time you redesign your website, it absolutely must be responsive. Here are 25 ideas to get you started.

Subscribe TodayResponsive websites adjust to the size of the device you are using. If you’re on a desktop computer, you can change the size of your browser window and watch the site scale and morph dynamically, seamlessly in real time. On a smartphone or tablet device, the site has already been programmed to display at the right size. This ensures everything looks right on any screen, and eliminates the necessity to have a standalone mobile app (although you may still want a mobile app for other reasons).

The Financial Brand ran across the following responsive websites from retail banks and credit unions around the world. For each website, the browser version is shown on the left, and the condensed smartphone version is shown on the right. Bookmark this gallery and use it for inspiration.

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1. Bear State Bank

bear_state_bank_website

2. Commonwealth Credit Union

commonwealth_credit_union_website

3. First Tech FCU

first_tech_credit_union_website

4. Field & Main Bank

field_and_main_bank_website

5. Byline Bankbyline_bank_website

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6. Bank of the Sierra

bank_of_the_sierra_website

7. United Heritage Credit Union

united_heritage_credit_union_website

8. Lewis & Clark Bank

lewis_clark_bank_website

9. FSG Bank

fsg_bank_website

10. Travis Credit Union

travis_credit_union_website

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11. City Bank

city_bank_website

12. Paragon Bank

paragon_bank_website

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13. Northwoods Bank

northwoods_bank_website

14. Member One FCU

member_one_fcu_website

15. Generations FCU

generations_fcu_website

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16. Northpointe Bank

northpointe_bank_website

17. United Bank

united_bank_website

18. First National Bank

first_national_bank_website

19. Freedom First Credit Union

freedom_first_website

20. First Bank

first_bank_website

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21. Radius Bank

radius_bank_website

22. Fox Valley Credit Union

fox_valley_credit_union_website

23. Horicon Bank

horicon_bank_website

24. Community First

community_first_website

25. SmartBank

smartbank_website

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Comments

  1. u missed ours… Just launched new website and online banking using new CMS and responsive

  2. Would like to recommend our website site (ameriana.com) for future articles on website design as well as responsive sites. We launched it 3Q last year. The response from customers and community have been extremely positive, plus the analytics are supporting success of our objectives. Please email me, and I would love to share our success so far!

  3. Great article! It’s always fun to see what everyone else is doing. For next time, I’d recommend Lead Bank’s new site. We consistently monitor and update our information and get user feedback. Clients are overwhelmingly pleased and feel that the online experience is just as positive as the in-person experience. Thank you!

  4. Are these ranked on some sort of criteria?

  5. No judging or ranking. They are numbered purely for reference, so someone can forward to their peers/friends and say, “Check out #3, #8 and #17.”

  6. I like my bank’s new website.

    https://www.wisconsinbankandtrust.com/

  7. Please include our Q4 2014 new site.

    http://www.easystreet.com.au – Great design and responsive.

  8. http://Www.credit-agricole.fr this one insert video directly in the HomePage. Its very impressive

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