Australian banks feeling the power of great design

How do you feel when you walk into a bank? Happy, sad, indifferent? It probably depends on what you are going to the bank for – depositing a cheque, for example, is a much more pleasant experience than going in to talk to your bank manager about re-drawing on your mortgage.

It is pretty safe to assume that you don’t really notice bank design when entering a bank, but that is a good thing. When a space is designed to make a customer feel a particular way, whether that is invigorated, comfortable or ready to shop, there are subtle techniques employed, and bank design is no exception.

Bank Design in Sydney, Melbourne and London

Enter stage right: Design Clarity. This award winning design agency specialises in design and are well known bank designer experts. In the past, bank designs have been very corporate, cold and  vast open spaces to make customers feel small and perhaps a little intimidated. These days, banks are seeing the potential of making their buildings more inviting, with a focus on warm customer service.

Bank design Sydney and Melbourne and even bank design London has become much more contemporary and banks are feeling the effects with happier customers. Design Clarity works with banks to design a space that assists with creating these happy feelings.

Expert bank designers will:

  • Maximise form and function while making the space feel inviting and warm
  • Create a friendly and approachable feel for your bank branch
  • If needed, create a contemporary feel that will appeal to a younger audience
  • Craft a great customer journey from door to bank teller

Design Clarity bank designers are ahead of all trends and are spear-heading interior design in all industries. Take advantage of this for your new bank design London or wherever in the world you may be. Here are just a few of the most recent bank design projects they have worked on so that you can get an idea of what is possible:

Get in touch with their friendly team today via their contact form.