Berkeley Centre Health
We were recommended to Peter (owner) and James (manager) by a previous client, aware that they were searching for a redesign of the lackluster and poorly designed Berkeley Centre Health website.
It was clear that the design impacted on functionality and that visually the site failed to import the professionalism of the Centre. We were determined to create a site that was extremely visitor friendly: by clarity of format, detailed information through images and text and ease of contact. The Centre has 30+ Practitioners from whom we required detailed information regarding their specific therapies! A number of images were provided by the Centre, however the majority were sourced by us. It was important that, with so much information, the structure of the site clearly defined where specific information was to be found.
The completed redesign now reflects the quality, standards, excellence and elegance of Berkeley Centre Health. Details of specific treatments are easily accessed and are presented in an informative and visually engaging style. Links to contact pages are well defined and allow ease of appointment making and sending of enquiries.
The site comes with a Page Builder so that users can build their own pages via the admin area with flexibility on size and look of each element on the page.
The website has been integrated with the Berkeley Centre Health Twitter and Facebook accounts, so that users can see their latest news.
The site has a responsive design which means that the design of the website adapts to small or large screens.
Finally, as the needs of the client changes the site can be readily developed, so Peter and James can add treatment pages for new practitioners.
In addition to creating the website, Peter and James asked us to create a new system for Practitioners. This would involve allowing patients to book an appointment on their website, which those appointments feed into a software application where practioners can review upcoming appointments as well as make notes about each patient.
This is a project that is currently in progress which we hope to finish in 2016.