We understand how important your dental practice’s website is. First impressions are everything and you want to stand out from the competition but you also want to have control over your website.
All of our websites are built using WordPress for the Content Management System. Why?
It’s easy to use, highly customisable and secure. There’s a reason why it’s number one.
Over 455 million websites run on WordPress. That’s 62% of websites using a CMS, use WordPress!
This list includes big brands such as Sony Music, MTV News and BBC America.
As well as using WordPress, all of our websites are…
Each of our websites is custom designed and built to your requirements. If you’re paying for a new website, shouldn’t it improve your business’s results? We get to the heart of what you do and reflect that in the design of the site. We don’t want our websites to all look the same, so we don’t recycle templates. Plus, template sites are no fun for our developers to build!
100% yours to own
Once your site is completed and signed off, you hold the keys. You won’t actually get keys, they’ll be login details, but you get the idea. This means you can update the site without our help. Unlike some agencies, we won’t charge you to make changes to your images and text – you have full ownership.
Google announced that they would be ranking the mobile version of websites. Therefore, if your website isn’t mobile-friendly, you won’t be getting any traffic from Google. Over 70% of users in the UK browse the internet using multiple devices. All of our websites are built responsive as standard – meaning they look just as great on a mobile, tablet or your desktop.
We’ll provide you with a login so you can easily customise the content on every page. Being able to easily publish and edit your own content gives you full control over your website. Allowing you to better target customers and search engines alike.
It’s important that your website can be found, so we code all our sites in a way that keeps Google happy. By giving your site a strong technical foundation, you have the best chance of being found by search engines. We have many years of experience with SEO so we can give you the head start you deserve.
Designated project manager
When a project has a designated lead, there is accountability. This means you won’t email a generic “help” address or speak to a different person each time – you’ll have a designated project manager that knows exactly what is going on. He’ll hold your hand from the start up to launch, answering any questions you have along the way.
Our dental web design process
Step 1: Flight plan
Step one is to create a plan with your team to ensure we have everything on paper and that everyone is clear on the deliverables.
We’ll talk in more detail about the site requirements and the functionality. And the type of person who will be using the site.
Step 2: Wireframes
To create the most effective user journeys, we create wireframes. These provide a blueprint for the key elements of your website and where they will sit on the page.
At the wireframe stage we don’t take into account fonts, colouring, or branding elements, we only focus on the layout and how your customers will use the website.
Step 3: Design
After building the wireframes, we’ll design the initial look and feel of your website based on any brand guidelines or preferences. At this stage, you’ll need to provide us with images and text for the website.
Once we have sent you the designs, we’ll have a meeting to discuss the look and feel. There is no limit on the amount of design revisions at this stage.
Step 4: Development
Once you are happy with the designs, we develop your website using standards compliant code. The code is search engine friendly and developed in a way that allows pages to load quickly.
Your WordPress website will be mobile friendly, meaning you can use it across all devices – mobile, tablet and computer.
Step 5: Testing
Once we have finished developing the website based on the agreed designs, we’ll begin testing.
We test your website using Browserstack, across all major browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari etc.) on both iPhone and Android, PC and Mac.
You receive a private URL to review and provide feedback before we launch the site.
Step 6: Launch
Setting a new website live can be complicated. Therefore, we make it as smooth as possible by taking care of everything.
From removing the old site and replacing it with the new, to owning the hosting process with our partner so you don’t have to learn the technical jargon.
Dental web design case studies
Design & development
During the lockdown, Smileworks were looking to launch a facial aesthetics training course – specifically for dentists!
They wanted the website to be able to sign up new dentists and book them onto courses with minimal input from the Smileworks’ team.
We built a bespoke WordPress website that uses the WooCommerce plugin to allow Smileworks to take payments and generate revenue around the clock.
You can view their website here.
Design & development
The Vallance Dental Centre had an outdated website that was holding back their marketing efforts. And their slow page speed was a barrier for new patients trying to sign up.
We designed and developed a bespoke website, following a minimalist approach, optimising the site for speed. Since the launch, Vallance has seen a 74% increase in website traffic.
You can view their website here.
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