1. How we designed Edukate’s new logo

    Last week, we unveiled a whole new Edukate. With a new website and brand, our logo also changed. We wanted to explain how we designed Edukate’s new logo! Edukate began as a financial wellness company. We provided educational resources to employees to help them make smarter decisions with their money. With that came a logo…

  2. Edukate’s New Brand Story

    Edukate began in 2013 as a member of Orlando’s first technology incubator, Starter Studio. Since then, we’ve changed considerably! Here’s the story of the new Edukate brand. We built Edukate with a belief that traditional retirement and financial education were broken. We knew there were better ways to help employees achieve their financial goals. Embracing…

  3. Continued Engagement to Maximize Your Benefits

    Open enrollment shouldn’t be the only time you engage your employees. Continued engagement can maximize your wellness programs. Financial wellness programs can help reduce employee stress and keep them focused. Some employees spend between 3–5 hours per week worrying about their finances. You can save hundreds of dollars per year, per employee, with continued engagement….

  4. 4 Ways to Pay for a Financial Wellness Program

    The need for a financial wellness program is well documented. But we often hear hear from employers that it’s hard to pay for financial wellness. In some cases, financial wellness programs can pay for themselves. But employers still struggle to find money in the budget to implement it. Below, we’ve broken down ways to pay…

  5. Creating a Budget for Your Financial Wellness Program

    Creating a budget for a financial wellness program at your organization can be one of the cornerstones of the program’s success. Spend too little on rollout and education about the program and you’ll see less-than-desirable results. Spend too much and you’ll find diminishing returns per-employee as you expand the program. How do you find the…

  6. Creating Better Online Learning Platforms with Instructional Design

    Although online education is still relatively new, its impact can’t be ignored. Create better online education programs with instructional design. Nearly 25% of all students are in at least one online course. Millions of others are in certificate and workplace training programs. Online learning makes it easier to roll out programs with lower costs and…