Podiatry Services in Central London
Way back in 2013 we met podiatrist Danilo ‘Danny’ Dionisio of the Walk IN Foot Clinic at the COPA exhibition we did at the London exCel. Danny Kindly contacted us after the show as he wanted a quotation for us to design & develop a website for his central London podiatrists.
From the start we got on well with Danny and we designed and developed his first website for him in .html. Two years ago we updated the website with a new design and increased content where we made the new website fully responsive. Now the Walk IN Foot Clinic is moving offices from Knightsbridge location on the 20th July 2018 down the road to its new offices of 96 Kensington High Street. Danny wanted a new website designed and launched for the moving day.
We took the opportunity to design a brand new look which is more professional and chic so that Danny could maximise his marketing when advertising the move. We changed the colours from red and grey to a pastel green and grey, to make the site look more pleasing to the eye. We also removed a lot of the header pics that were showing on the previous site throughout of previous clients problems with their feet, as we felt this was rather off putting to any potential new clients.
We designed throughout the new website much more subtle and generic header images, promoting a more tranquil feel to feet problems. We made the podiatry services much more streamlined and much easier for the viewer to read. Each page now carries a comprehensive form where the viewer can make an enquiry with the Walk IN Foot Clinic more easily.
Within the website design we introduced a collapsable menu, so that when the viewer scrolls down on the site content, they still have access to the navigation
We feel that the new design and development is much more modern, accessible and promotes the Walk IN Foot Clinic to a much larger audience.
You can take a look at the new Walk IN Foot Clinic website that visualise creative designed & developed here… www.walk-infootclinic.co.uk
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