How to Medical Web Development: a Comprehensive Guide

Digitalization is a global trend that has changed the vast majority of industries, and healthcare is no exception. Nowadays, you’ll hardly find a reputable clinic or a hospital with no website. Meanwhile, medical web development is quite a challenge, as there are some important pitfalls to consider.

We’ve prepared a comprehensive guide on healthcare web app and website development and design. Keep on reading to find the details.

Medical Web Development Guide: Trends, Features, and Technologies to Develop
Hot Design Trends in Medical Web Development

It’s crucial to make a website convenient and easy to use. To make sure your web product complies with users’ demands, you need to keep up with the times. Let’s have a look at the main trends in healthcare web design for the year 2020.

Experts from Statista say that the share of mobile traffic is close to 50%. It means that almost half of users will visit the site from various mobile devices – tabs and smartphones. Therefore, its design must be responsive; in other words, it must adjust automatically to different screen shapes and sizes.

The term “flat design” means using minimum elements, to make a very laconic, minimalistic interface. Focus on content rather than design. Nothing must distract users from seeking important information. If you are not sure whether you need an interface element, chances are you don’t need it.

Micro Animation
Heavy animated elements that used to slow down the page severely have passed into oblivion. However, it makes sense to use micro animation, which can help to attract users’ attention to certain interface elements without shifting the main focus from the content.

Hamburger Menu
A hamburger menu is a menu that is hidden behind a button in the top corner of the page. By clicking this button, you deploy the whole menu or open access to the navigation bar. This solution helps save space and provides better compatibility with mobile screens.

Vivid Colors
Using bright colors is one of the trends in web development in 2020. However, here, as usual, it’s crucial not to go overboard. Thus, blue and green colors are often associated with healthcare while the orange color adds optimism. Using corporate colors is a good idea too.\
Asia_Sin 15 january 2021, 7:56
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