Fiona Mead is a qualified occupational therapist and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Since 2014, she has specialised in helping those with eating disorders and issues with body image. For those with a difficult relationship with food and body image, she helps develop tailored, occupational therapy solutions to help improve their lifestyle and transform their relationship with food.
When Fiona came to us for a new website, we couldn’t wait to get started.
A new website from Red Website Design won’t just modernise your old website from 2005. And it won’t just enable you to house your portfolio all in one place.
A new website from us won’t just help you stand out from local and international competitors. And it won’t just help centralise your marketing strategy.
Actually, a new website from Red Website Design will do all of the above, at a price that you’ll love.
We’re all about helping businesses succeed with websites that work for them and their clients. Why? Because we love it.
For Fiona Mead, our UK web design team transformed a brief into a sleek digital service, helping Fiona to work with her clients better and organise her business activities with more confidence.
When you first arrive on this website, the first thing you’ll no doubt appreciate is how minimal and open it is.
This is no design accident – we don’t do those here. This was an intentional design decision for several reasons.
First, minimal design helps to provide for a clutter-free user experience, helping clients navigate easily and locate information they need quickly. Second, minimal design is much easier on the eye, meaning users get to actually enjoy their journey on the website. Third, minimal design helps with all things branding. If you run a massage or therapy business, the last thing you need your website to do is bombard and confuse your visitors.
Our client’s website is both minimal and functional, meaning users can find what they need on an interface that is spacious, open and inviting.
And with a pastel green and white colour palette – coupled with a mix of sans and serif typefaces – this interface is bright, airy and easy on the eye.
Web navigation – designing the UX
The user experience needs to cater to user behaviour and expectation to deliver a flowing user journey for all customers who visit this website.
For our client, the user journey is simplified by keeping service pages to a minimum, ensuring navigation buttons are well visible and placed across the website, and having a service banner which is uniform and neat.
On the service page itself, several elements help make this page successful. First, this page displays content in a way which suits the way we read content on a website – in a T fashion. Second, high-quality images help to break up content. And third, content itself is well demarcated with headers and bold headers.
The result? An interface that is both functional and attractive, helping our client to deliver an exceptional service on a website that matches their aesthetic.