We're excited to announce the launch of a brand new Integrity-built, WordPress-based web experience for our client Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF).
LCEF is a faith-based financial institution that offers investment opportunities for individuals and congregations as well as support for Lutheran church workers and ministries. Based in St. Louis, LCEF supports ministries across the United States.
Having realized that their old website didn't offer a truly exceptional user experience, LCEF sought a web development company that would work with their marketing and IT teams to create a beautiful, secure and functional digital experience. Integrity fit the bill.
The new website offers an enhanced user experience for LCEF's various user segments and reflects the organizational mission of strengthening and expanding the Lutheran faith. The Integrity team built out detailed user personas and established a simplified site architecture based on their needs.
The visual design and content elevate the LCEF brand, creating consistency across the organization's services. The responsive website leverages the WordPress CMS to offer a super flexible, fully content manageable platform that will grow with LCEF.
The website meets the complex security needs typical of the web properties of financial institutions. Our experience as a technology partner to financial industry leaders made it a cinch for us to create a secure site through which LCEF's users can connect with their financial provider.
"As a web development company focused on user advocacy – providing the absolute best experience for our clients' customers – we couldn't have asked for a more exciting opportunity to exercise all our skills," said Integrity Partner and CEO John Simanowitz. "From a content, design and development standpoint, the exceptional design, smooth functionality and simple architecture provide a truly user-friendly digital experience that accurately reflects the high standards and strong values of this great client."
See the new LCEF website at lcef.org, and be sure check back for a more detailed look at how our team built it!
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