Posts Tagged ‘website design’

Why You Should Include Success Measurement Metrics and Systems in UX Design

A functional, seamless user experience is critical for businesses operating in digital spaces. Applying this concept to website design plays an important role in whether the website’s visitors can accomplish what they came for. An iterative design methodology is a great framework to introduce refined designs continuously, and although those designs may look great, how […]

How Incorporating Motion Design on Websites Improves Overall Business

When consumers visit a website, they expect to find the website designed to tell them who the company is and how its products and services can be beneficial to them, and businesses have a greater chance of accomplishing this when incorporating motion into its website design. Motion design can tell a business’ story at a […]

Understanding Disability Types for Effective UI Design: 3 Key Factors for Empathetic Problem-Solving

The Assumptions We Make About Disability What comes to mind when you’re thinking about what it means for a person to be disabled? Are they deaf? Is their mobility compromised in some way? What about their vision? It’s important to remember that senses and abilities like these aren’t only reserved for those with permanent disabilities. […]

Iterative Design for Quick Turn-Around Projects

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses and consumers are reminded that anything can happen. Consumers are looking to the companies and resources they trust to understand relevant, rapidly evolving information and guidance. Brands have an opportunity to grow that trust by creating website experiences with up-to-date visuals, content, features, and functionalities consumers need […]

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Considering Accessibility in Web Design: What You Can Do To Make Your Design Accessible

Since 1991, when the first website was introduced, websites have evolved from being purely content driven to becoming increasingly focused on their visual experience. While there is no argument that having a clean, cool, professional-looking, website is important it isn’t everything, especially when it comes to Accessibility. There is a popular misconception that implementing accessible […]

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So, You’re the UX Guy? Great! What Exactly Do You Do?

Hello, I am a UX designer. I am known by other names such as “the designer,” “the UI guy,” “the creative,” “the web designer,” and many more. Some of these other names are in the ballpark and some are flat out wrong. It’s confusing even to us in the industry. The names have evolved as […]

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Perficient Digital Wins Muse Award for New Healthcare Site

The Mount Carmel Health System’s new website has earned its second creative recognition with the announcement of the 2019 Muse Creative Award winners. The new site brought home a Silver award in the Health Website category only a few weeks after a nod from the Hermes Creative Awards. The new website was the first launched […]

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New Healthcare Site Wins Gold at Hermes Creative Awards

Perficient Digital has another reason to celebrate with the recent announcement of the 2019 Hermes Creative Award winners. The very first website we helped create for our client Trinity Health in its efforts to unify its various member organizations earned a gold award in the Medical Website category. Based in Livonia, Mich., Trinity Health is […]

Websites Rewarded: Perficient Digital Earns Two WebAwards

Perficient Digital added two more awards to the shelf with the recent announcement of the 2018 WebAwards winners. The websites we created for CURT Manufacturing and OhioHealth were both recognized, earning Outstanding Manufacturing Website and Non-Profit Standard of Excellence awards, respectively. Our Commerce practice brought in the first award with the new CURT Manufacturing website, […]

Perficient Digital Wins Creativity Award for New Healthcare Site

Perficient Digital recently received a Creativity International award for the website we designed and created for OhioHealth, a not-for-profit system of hospitals and healthcare providers. The new website won a Silver award in the Non-Profit category, marking our first award win in the healthcare space.  With health consumerism continually influencing patient expectations, OhioHealth wanted to […]

Atomic Design: A Visual Designer’s Perspective

Today I’d like to discuss the Atomic Design methodology and how I’ve been applying it to my visual design process. First, let’s start with a little description of what an atomic design is. Coined by Brad Frost, Atomic Design is basically the analogy of chemistry being applied to design systems. In chemistry, we learn that […]

Does Website Accessibility Benefit SEO?

It’s becoming clear that major search engines, such as Google, are promoting the SEO benefits of web accessibility techniques. Look at what happened a few months ago, Google launched Lighthouse, an open-source, automated accessibility tool for web developers for improving the quality of web pages. This tool isn’t unique though, many are out there. However, […]

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