Lisa came to us in need of a new website for her osteopathy clinic. Her existing website had been built in flat HTML many years ago and was not easily editable. She was also in the process of making changes to personnel and moving her main clinic and her new website needed to reflect this.
We built Lisa’s website in our Simple Website package as she already had an established brand and most of her content. Some time was spent in our initial planning meeting looking through her different services and reorganising the content around user journeys.
We provided Lisa with a sitemap, wireframe, and a style guide visual for her website to give her a feel for the design direction and a chance to contribute any ideas or feedback.
We built Lisa’s new website in WordPress using the Genesis framework. Most of Lisa’s existing content was migrated across from her old website, and we dropped in new copy and images. As it was a Simple Website project, the layout and styling were designed around Lisa’s content. The process involved working within the browser for a more efficient turnaround.
Once the website was complete we provided Lisa with WordPress training so that she could manage her website going forward.
Being an Osteopath and not an IT wizard, I approached Jo at Callia Web to see what she could do to help me relaunch a brand new website to coincide with my osteopathic clinic relocation from Basingstoke to Hungerford. I was so impressed with how everything was set out and expected timescales. Their aftercare (which is hugely important for someone who isn’t computer orientated) is there if you need them. Or if you want more help that’s also available. Jo and Leeann have made a transition seamless, I’m so pleased – thanks guys 🙂