Thanks to medical website building sites and tools online, nearly anyone can build a website of their own. However, simply building a website is no longer enough.
Your website needs its own personality, content, and unique design to stand out. Designing an effective website requires a great deal of thought, inspiration, and maybe even some outside help from an experienced web designer.
Here are the most important things to keep in mind when it comes to the design of your website:
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO). SEO is one of the most common reasons for doctors and medical practices choose to re-design their website. Once a website no longer contains the latest medical information, or no longer has a design that resonates with users, search rankings usually decrease. If you keep your site relevant and the information on the site fresh, and your rankings will likely increase.
- Aesthetics. How your website looks has a huge impact on your user experience, since visitors respond to websites that are visually appealing and easy to use. Websites are all about the identity that your practice wants to create for itself, so it is important to choose a design and imagery that fit your company. It may help if you look at what some of your competitor’s websites to get an idea of what you should be doing for your own page.
- Consider your patients. When it comes to your website design, it is very important to keep your patients in mind. We live in a world where we want everything quickly, and visitors to the website are not going to spend a great deal of time researching you or your practice. They want to see everything in one shot, which is what your site should offer them. Do not overcrowd your site with any unnecessary pictures or galleries which will only make your user feel lost. Instead, opt for a simpler, organized approach.
Let MyAdvice Design Your Website
Looking to build a new website or redesign your current page? Let MyAdvice help! Our experienced team can create a patient-friendly website that your practice will be proud of. Contact an MyAdvice Representative to learn more.