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How mire2rock started their web page design journey
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
I would like our site to be professional, medical, with up to date style. I want it to be inviting/warm but also be professional (but not sterile).
I also need it to be a responsive design (view-able on a variety of browsers, different OS's, different devices (phones and tablets) of different sizes)
1. Home page
2. Example of a Browse page
We're planning on having a dozen or so pages, but the idea is to have a consistent design for each successive page.
What to avoid
Avoid pictures of what look like an obvious inpatient situation like a hospitals or surgery. Pictures of doctors and doctors offices and patients and medical equipment and exams is fine.
No pix of doctors looking at an x-ray. Too chiropractic.
Avoid pix of old patients. Want patients who look vibrant/healthy.
The attached file has suggested buttons with drop down menu suggestions on the left side of the page. The right side is stuff you can ignore. that info was for the Board's info. The items listed under home page are to be placed somewhere on the home page.
THe CDID logo is the highest def we have of the logo.
The 2 scoop graphic files are because I liked what one designer did with our logo.