Integrity is partnering with a new client, the Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF), to design and build a totally custom, responsive WordPress experience.
LCEF provides funding and resources to support Lutheran ministries across the country. Their services include investment options, loans and ministry growth programs. Ultimately, LCEF is dedicated to helping congregations, organizations and church workers expand their mission of faith.
LCEF began their search for a web partner when they realized their current website simply wasn't optimized to meet the needs of their users. They sought a web development company that could craft a modern digital experience while working closely with their internal marketing and technology teams.
Thanks to our 16 year track record of delivering consistently successful "user experience first" web products, Integrity was the perfect choice for LCEF.
We're now working on creating a user-centered web experience that meets all of LCEF's goals. The site will provide an enhanced user experience for the client's targeted user segments and build on the organizational mission. It will be fully responsive and leverage the WordPress open source content management platform to offer maximum flexibility for an organization that's always growing and innovating. As one of the few WordPress Code Poets in the midwest, our team is uniquely positioned to deliver the very best solution.
"Our partnership with LCEF has given us the chance to exercise so many of our skills as a top web development company," said Integrity Partner and CEO John Simanowitz. "We're using our UX design and WordPress development expertise to craft a beautiful, modern and LCEF brand-accurate site based completely on the needs and wants of the organization and their target users."
Be sure to check back over the next couple of months to get the inside scoop on our approach to the LCEF project – and to see what the finished product looks like!
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