Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Let's get moving! Movement Links website launched

NEW Home Page:
Lighter background, strong photos, good copy

Movement Links, a presenter of neuromuscular physical therapy rehabilitation seminars, hired Emilie Pallos Graphic Design to update its online presence. Owner Clare Frank likes our firm's "clean, modern visual style," and was referred to us by client Karen Joubert (owner of Joubert Physical Therapy).

Custom-designed website
The new website is targeted to a well-educated, sports-oriented demographic — physical therapists. Testimonials by well-known trainers and PTs from professional sports teams appear throughout. Site was programmed by our web developer who understands a designer's strict attention to detail. Text is easily updated as seminars are added during the year.

Viewers will find pages easy to navigate in both desktop and mobile versions. Video and audio content is included, and readers can register for upcoming seminars through the new site.

As a full-service creative firm, we also took new staff portraits and edited copy.

Social media integration
To coordinate with the launch of new site, Emilie created a blog (for postings by staff members), and Facebook banner artwork. Since Movement Links presents seminars worldwide, its Facebook page attracts new followers daily — that page was viewed by 1,229 readers last week!

A few comments about our design:

"Excellent website, easy to negotiate and provides clear guidance to your courses and positive comments from participants. Well done!"    — Inger Villadsen

"Your redesigned site looks so great, Clare. Layout and content are nicely organized, too!"   —Erin McGuire

 "It (site) is very good, welcoming and grabs your attention!!"    —Lin Choo

View Movement Links site here: http://www.movementlinks.com

We love referrals
Please continue to let your friends and colleagues know about our work. We appreciate your referrals. Emilie can be reached at studio@emiliepallosdesign.com. Thanks!

NEW Resources page which features video and audio files.

"OLD" Home Page
Copy can be difficult to read on a dark background.

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