Bryan Health, based in Lincoln, NE, recently launched a new, responsive website, along with two audience-specific microsites.
The organization needed a CMS that could be flexible enough to showcase their health system, college of health, and wellness center. And their previous system just wasn’t doing the job. So they called on Geonetric and VitalSite, and we were happy to help.
The beauty of the web is in its flexibility to transform to meet individuals’ needs. But it takes due diligence on our part as developers and content editors to make sure that content is provided in a way that assistive technologies can use to present the information in different ways. If done properly, this ensures that all information you provide on the web is available to everyone regardless of physical, cognitive, or technological limitations.
When you commit to using data to reveal trends and inform decisions, it leads to better websites. So when Mary Greeley Medical Center saw that over half of their site visitors come from mobile devices and this had grown by 81% since 2013, they decided it was time to act. Continue reading
What makes a great hospital or health system? The amenities? The number of happy patients? What about the people who represent the brand – your doctors and providers?
Trinity Mother Frances needed a more organized Web presence that accurately represented their superb quality of care, growing roster of employed and affiliated providers, and its vast locations throughout their area. A responsive website was a necessity, too, in order to accommodate the growing number of mobile device users in the East Texas region.
Trinity Mother Frances and Geonetric paired up to create a fresh, spacious design that tells their story as a historic health care provider in East Texas while highlighting their many physicians and providers, and award-winning care and treatment.