I created a website for Jordan & Kirsten Bryson that communicates their desire to redefine what chiropractic care is, and create a community for Calgarians.
This problem was worth solving because of how misunderstood chiropractic care can be. It is often seen it as a back cracking service, as opposed to injury treatment and prevention. Chiropractic care and services allow individuals the freedom to move their bodies as they desire. REVIVE Performance & Health needed to communicate this.
UX designer, website developer, copyeditor
Jordan & Kirsten Bryson
Education: Undergraduate degree, CPA
Hometown: Calgary, AB
Family: Husband, 2 kids
“As a working mother of 2, who works 40+ hr weeks
I want to improve my physical health and office ergonomics
So I can work full days and still physically keep up with my kids”
Through research I developed a user persona that would guide the development of REVIVE’s website.
Samantha’s Pain Points
The website will let users book appointments, learn about services, and our staff which will affect Samantha, a working mom of 2 by providing insight into her office ergonomics and focus on providing excellent client care. We will measure effectiveness by return bookings and tracking patient progress.
We explored other fitness apps, and compared their strengths and weaknesses to ensure REVIVE is competitive in the market.
We explored other clinics in Calgary, and compared their strengths and weaknesses to ensure REVIVE is competitive in the market.
The high fidelity prototypes were used to develop the live website in Webflow. The designs were tested and reviewed for usability with a small sample group.
The goal of this project was to help Jordan & Kirsten launch their website that will allow users to learn more about chiropractic care, and book an appointment.
During this project I continued to work on my developer skills and incorporated motion graphics and interactions, as well as improving on responsive designs and layouts.
While working with the Bryson’s I learned about the when and how to better incorporate the copywriting process with design. We worked on the copy while making the transition from low fidelity designs to high fidelity designs. Moving forward I will allow the client more time to develop the initial drafts of the copy and agree upon the final versions prior to development.