Kern Allied Health is the largest diversified private employer of allied health therapists in Western Australia. Here’s how we helped them do good.
The website needed to be relatable and homely to ensure that it accommodated people from all walks of life – especially when it came to accessibility. With a large amount of content, we had to think strategically.
As part of this strategy, we took a human-centric approach to promote navigation, reading and action.
What was our mission?
We wanted to create a website that helped Kern Allied Health display their services in an accessible way and tell a story about who they are and what they do.
How we went about it
With an emphasis on accessibility and ease of use, we created quality-of-life features to strengthen how the services were perceived by the public.
As part of this, we made reusable blocks – such as staff and client testimonials – that could be freely placed to enrich the content.
We also removed the sub-menu when in a sticky state to promote the services for a more curated experience for anyone browsing through services.
To wrap up
The Kern Health team are making a positive impact on people’s lives through their expert NDIS services, and we wanted to help them continue to do good. We’re proud of not only the accessibility we curated, but also the website’s Google PageSpeed and HTML checks.
The Kern Health project was one that is close to our hearts and it’s the kind of work we love doing.