Tag Archives: medical web design


Don’t Have a Mobile-Friendly Website? Get Ready for a Drop in Google Rank

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If your healthcare organization doesn’t have a mobile-friendly website yet, it may be time to rethink your web presence, especially considering Google’s recent announcement. The search engine giant is adjusting its algorithm for ranking mobile search results – and starting on April 21st, mobile-friendly websites will rank better in mobile search. Websites that aren’t designed for mobile will lose search rank and become harder to find.

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5 Usability Mistakes You Made with Your Website

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Creating a website that’s truly user-friendly is no easy feat. It’s a meticulous process, but the results are well worth it if you want users to have the best possible experience. Here are a few common mistakes we’ve seen on new clients’ sites, and our tips on how to avoid these usability faux pas.

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Great Design: It Isn’t About You

Whenever we start a website or application design, there are a number of questions that we ask our client as we gather requirements for the project.  One of them is “What is your preference in terms of color and layout?” We want to know what the client likes.  Maybe they have colors in their office that they love, or marketing materials they would like to match.  Maybe they’ve seen a competitor’s website that they love. But there’s another, …

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Now through Cyber Monday: Make Your Website Mobile for Only $995!

How does your site look on a smartphone or tablet? If you haven’t upgraded to a mobile website yet, now is the time. Now through Cyber Monday (December 1st), we’ll convert your current site design to a mobile-responsive site for just $995. About 60% of all internet activity in the US originates from mobile devices, and our medical clients are no exception – we typically see around 50-60% of their traffic coming in through cells and tablets.  If …

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Google’s Newest Mobile Experiment: “Non Mobile-Friendly Site” Icons in Search Results

As reported by SearchEngineWatch.com, Google has been testing a new “not mobile-friendly” icon in mobile search results designed to indicate whether a site is functional on mobile devices. The icon– a gray mobile phone with a slash through it displayed to the left of the website URL– complements Google’s experimentation with a “mobile-friendly” icon starting as far back as 2012. The search engine seems to be testing which approach works best with the smartphone interface.   Google’s icon …

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The Cheater’s Guide to a Future-Proof Website

Everyone wants to build a website that will stand the test of time, but with new technology sweeping the market by the day, this can be a tricky feat. If you want a site that can grow alongside your business without requiring a complete overhaul every few years, you can save yourself ample time and money by making the right decisions now. Build on an open source CMS like WordPress The first step to future-proofing a website is …

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MWE Launched New Medical Website for Family Physicians of St. Joseph

Family Physicians of St. Joseph in St. Joseph, Michigan has a new medical website designed by Medical Web Experts. The 10-page WordPress site provides easy navigation for users and access to useful patient resources. It also meets the practice’s goal of being able to manage and publish content on their own. The website integrates with Google Maps for quick access to office directions and with the practice’s online patient portal. To learn more about our custom WordPress web design services for hospitals, …

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Olney Pain Center Has a New Medical Website

Olney Pain Center, the practice of Dr. Jonathan Levin, has a new, five-page medical website designed by MWE. The website features a new logo design, custom content, and patient portal and Google Maps integration. Located in the Washington, D.C. area, Olney Pain Center provides patients a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to alleviate pain. Dr. Levin has over a decade of pain management experience and specializes in using the latest techniques to treat neck and low …

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Add Some Oomph to Your Healthcare Website With These Low-Budget Tips

We live in an Internet-driven world, and websites are increasingly replacing once-traditional informational outlets as the main source of knowledge for Americans. In fact, according to findings from Pew Internet research, websites play an integral role in patients’ search for health information. In order to capture the attention of some of the people searching for doctors online, your organization needs to have an attractive website with useful tools that engage patients and encourage interaction. With the following add-ons, …

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