Financial Services

The latest marketing best practice, trends, case studies and statistics on the financial services sector

How L&G prioritises product thinking over feature delivery: a CX case study

L&G’s Group Technology Director – Digital and Experience, Claire Hazle illustrated how L&G has evolved towards building connected experiences across multiple systems, geared around key “moments that matter” in their customers’ lives. She also explained how L&G has worked to overcome organisational silos to join up the different services it provides, and how it has used customer journey mapping to tackling issues with its online login as well as its pensions on-boarding process.

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Internet Statistics Compendium: Financial Services and Insurance

‌A collection of the most recent statistics and market data on online marketing, ecommerce, the internet and related digital media, drawn from Econsultancy’s Internet Statistics Database. Aimed at marketers looking for benchmarking stats, evidence for use cases or persuasive figures for procuring investment.


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A metaverse reality check: What role for brands?

Many companies are eager to explore investments in the metaverse, but what is the best way to go about this? We conclude our three-part series, ‘A metaverse reality check’, by looking closely at the practical considerations behind metaverse investment, and consider what some major brands have been doing in this space.

User Experience and Interaction Design for Mobile and Web

User Experience and Interaction Design for Mobile and Web - Best Practice Guide

This guide to mobile and web user experience (UX) best practice aims to cover all the key aspects of product design for desktop and mobile and equips readers with the tools and techniques to achieve clear, measurable business objectives. It contains some useful reflections on the state of UX as a discipline, including an overview of how organisations that are getting it right are organising their teams to build products that people like to use.

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