At Websites with Aloha, we love doing website makeovers…especially on sites we previously designed! One of our mottos is that a website is always a “work in progress”, so it makes sense to update your website every so often (at least every couple of years) to keep it fresh and current, and to ensure it’s representing your business or organization well.
We recently had the opportunity to work with our long-time client, East West Health in the SLC Utah area, to make over their website acueastwest.com. We kept a couple of the same elements from the previous design, while providing an updated look and feel. The site is a customization of the Education Pro child theme from StudioPress. Here are a few details:
- Their brand colors of red and beige we retained in the header and the same red was woven as an accent color throughout the rest of the site. We then added some complimentary blue and charcoal black juxtaposed against a primarily white background.
- The home page is set up in a full-width layout with a larger and wider slideshow, and an expanded featured page area. We took their mission statement and call to action from the previous design and reworked their position on the home page.
- As always, we love to maximized the footer space and did so here by including a newsletter sign-up, Facebook stream box and contact information.
- Lastly, the new design features a “before header” that quickly shares some of the many insurances that are accepted at their wellness centers.
Beth and her team have been amazing to work with. I was bit reluctant to handover my entire website design in the beginning because it is such an intimate process. After speaking with Beth and her husband Jim about what could be accomplished with overhauling my website I decided to give them a try and I have not regretted that ever. Their work is incredibly efficient and it’s also done in a professional way…I would highly recommend Beth and her crew to anybody; you will get an amazing product and the return on your investment will come in about a day!”