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Which bank has the best website layout?

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I just applied for a Chase card and was browsing their website tonight. The busy and fussy layout with slow loading struck me as disappointing. Discover has one of the most intuitive and easy to use interfaces. American Express does the best job of providing extensive information in an easy to use and understand interface with a well-integrated rewards portal. Capital One does a good job of putting important information from multiple accounts on one page.


What's your favorite?


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Most CU's that all use the same layout are the worst by far. You know who they are.


Chase is pretty bad. Amex has my vote for best. All the info are in the tabs all in one place.

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Against the grain: I like PenFed's layout the best for CC and loan layout.

BOA seems to have one too many clicks for certain operations but the general layout is clean.

Discover is so-so, and the latest changes aren't my favorite.

Chase is terrible with the newest design. And Amex is trying to compete with the "use an app with a mouse" strategy.

Alliant is great for banking with four accounts. And clean enough on the CC side.

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