Discussing medical web design for your private practice is not just about telling someone which colour you like and which examples you love.
Design has many components, and some of them are the conversation subject of creative experts: usability, contrast when using navigation buttons, colour combinations and colour psychology, white space around icons and images, text-images ratio and the use of contemporary fonts, appearance on various screen sizes. And so on.
This is also where design and development go hand in hand and are to be seen as two pillars of your web presence. In other articles, we will talk about the specific development requirements to create a successful medical website.
So just when you thought you already had a great design, allow us to challenge you.
Let’s be brave and plan that in-depth design check-up, to see if your design is actually bringing you the patients you need, in order to grow your practice.
Book a free 1:1 below if you think you are ready for some great ideas about your next web design. We may go for an award-winning project, but most of all, we are here to help you gain the trust of your next group of patients.
In the meantime allow us to celebrate this Finalist position and to share some of our joy and gratitude with you. And thank you Mr Jeremy Rawlins for the journey and the creative co-production!