Healthcare patients are increasingly looking for information, convenience and ease online, expecting web design for healthcare to function as seamlessly as web design in other industries. Unfortunately, that’s not often the case. An Evolve Digital Labs analysis of hospital websites revealed: 49 percent of lack a mobile-friendly patient site 67 percent lack online aftercare and rehab info 80 percent lack online pre-registration to save patient wait time 30 percent lack online bill pay options 18 percent have website errors that hinder the patient experience
Are you planning a website redesign? If so, get ready to roll up your sleeves and commit to the process, because while creating an effective website design for healthcare can be an exciting process, it also takes a lot of work.
Ever overheard two website designers talking shop? If you have, did it make any sense? It’s okay if you said no, we’d argue that website design could easily be its own language. The process is extremely technical, precise and intricate, so if it’s not on your daily to-do list it can be tough to follow. Today, allow us to minimize the technical jargon, and introduce you to two of our LyntonWeb medical website designers: Rob and Joyce Walz, (our dynamic husband and wife designer duo). They share with us why they are passionate about website design, what their creative process looks like (hint: coffee, always coffee), and what they have found to be unique about designing for the healthcare space.