It's not simply the visual design that will determine the success of a website – it's also the usability. If visitors cannot make use of a certain feature then you might as well forget about it.
What is usability?
Web usability is concerned with the way in which visitors are able to navigate and obtain information from a site. This is one of the most important aspects of designing a website that is effective.
In order to ensure web usability, designers need a thorough knowledge of technical issues, such as browser characteristics, screen resolutions and operating systems. It is also important to be aware of certain aspect of human behaviour, including cognitive behaviour and communication theory.
We at Physio123 ensure that every website is designed with the web usability in mind.
Physio123 improves usability by:
- Decreasing the amount of time taken to complete tasks on the website
- Reducing the amount of mistakes that are made
- Reducing the time it takes to learn about the site
- Removing the possibility of errors
- Improving the client’s satisfaction of the site
- Producing websites that load quickly
- Creating websites that are easy to navigate
- Creating sitemaps
- Providing a search feature where it is appropriate
Physio123 understands just how imperative web usability is. This means that it will always be a part of our website designs. Physio123 specialise in website design and marketing as we build our sites to become marketing tools for physiotherapy practices looking to expand their business.
By concentrating our efforts on usability and the goals you have outlined, Physio123 is able to provide clients with websites that produce results. Every package that we have to offer has been designed to assist your website in performing to the highest possible standards. Every one of our websites are created to be user-friendly and optimised for search engine rankings. If your website is achieving what it should be, you should contact us
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