A whole lot of insight from Google’s Performance Solutions shows the importance of “a good calculator experience” for search and conversion.
P&N Bank is WA’s largest locally owned and managed bank. Their website relaunch in 2015 brought a fully responsive, modern design throughout the site. Widget Works provided the cloud based financial calculators customised with P&N’s modern new theme.
Just in time for Christmas, State Custodians have launched their new branding and website. Widget Works worked with State Custodians’ product managers and designers to update our tools. The results show how well Widget Works’ calculator theming allows our tools to seamlessly blend into a site on desktop and mobile screens. Everything can be themed, as the State Custodians Repayment[…]
Widget Works built all new home loan calculators for ASB’s site relaunch. All loan calculators integrate with ASB’s pricing data source, online application process and promote strong calls to action.
Widget Works is happy to see ASB’s site relaunch reach Personal Loans, now live at http://asb.co.nz/personal-loans. We worked with design, business and technical teams in Auckland, Chennai and Sydney to deliver the integrated Personal Loans calculator.
The Reserve Bank of Australia surprised no one with their decision to leave interest steady at 2.5% yesterday. The rate has been at 2.5% for approximately 10 months.
It’s not really a surprise that younger people prefer digital. They have grown up with it and they trust it.
Widget Works is proud to announce the release of its second “off the shelf tool” – Start Up Costs. Start Up Costs is designed for people either buying, or buying and selling or simply just selling their houses.
As expected interest rates remained unchanged for another month in Australia. This is the ninth month that rates have been kept so low. They are currently at 2.5%.
Time after time and research piece after research show that customers prefer using digital channels. Digital is easier, it is more convenient, but recent research has indicated it is not consistent.