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New website for our psychology practice - help us help others.
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Medical & Pharmaceutical
Psychology Perspective is a psychology practice with premises on the Central Coast and in Newcastle, Australia. Seeing over a hundred clients per week, catering to a full range of ages and psychological conditions, we pride ourselves on offering evidence-based care. Our clinicians are exceptional in thier field, and our premises reflect the personal approach we take to our work. Most of all, Psychology Perspective is known for its safety and long term stability. Clients bring the most difficult parts of thier lives to us and we provide a place where they can safely explore and work towards freedom from burden. Our target audience is as young at 12, and has no upper limit. We care for both males and females of all demographics, from married policewomen to stay at home single fathers, teenage surfers, retired truck drivers and those that struggle with substance abuse. Out current website (psychologyperspective.com.au) is overdue for a refresh to bring it up to date in terms of design and to better represent the company. Based on a Joomla CMS, the best path forward seems to be a template design - other methods can be discussed. We are looking for an insightful and progressive team to create our new web portal for both mobile and desktop. Our website needs to be a channel for both new and existing clients, that quickly assists distressed visitors and provides a wealth of knowledge for those looking to understand more about us.
SEE ATTACHMENT for design report and inspirational sites. Clean and fresh, native for both mobile and desktop, welcoming and robust, modern and safe. Easily navigable to common actions, as well as simple ways to read more on each topic/clinician/treatment. Large, bright photos that feature all of the staff, both individually and together, as well as images of the premises. Please see attachment for our logo and colour palette. The font of the logo could do with some modernisation, and adjustment of the the colour palette are OK, but neither should stray too far. UPDATE Jan13th: *Overall we are looking for an image-heavy and text-light design that enables visitors to access our clinicians, issues we treat, and the way that we treat.* 1) Issues/Therapies/Clinicians are probably best presented in a tiled fashion or similar, so that images/icons for each can be shown, as well as a single sentence to describe them. 2) Images should be large and wide 3) Test should be kept to the absolute necessary 4) We would like to use staff photos and clinician photos heavily throughout the site 5) News items need the image and should only show the first sentence or so of the article. Tags/Authors are not needed. 6) Calls to action (phone/form fill) need to be clear but not overpowering or harassing
IMPORTANT: Only the content will be retained, the structure and layout of the site needs to be streamlined significantly. I have broken up the "pages" as per the current layout, but these can be combined into functional areas. Website must be equally mobile and desktop optimised. "Home" needs to convey the nature of our practice and care, and offer insight into our approach. "How We Work/Coming to See Us" needs to succinctly direct prospective clients to understand how to get help with us. "How We Can Help" needs to tell customers about the type of issues we can help with, and the types of therapies that we offer. "Psychologists" need to outline the people we have and what they specialise in. Maybe thier information can be broken into a "simple" and "detailed" sections - separating the types of people they are/treat and thier qualifications. In the near future, we may place a video interview with each of them. "News" is our blog, which is updated a few times each month. The newest item could be featured on the homepage.
What to avoid
Given that some of our prospective clients visit our website in a sensitive state, images of heights, police/authority, speed/cars, fire/danger, sadness/depression, ominous bodies of water, closed spaces or confrontation must be avoided. UPDATE: Please avoid black/ or overly dark colours that convey an oppressive emotion.
Attached is a report we commissioned to look at contemporary health websites that we could draw influence from. Additionally, some comments on Psychology Perspective's current and future website have been made.
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