Siteman Cancer Center wins platinum award for website design
Congratulations to Siteman Cancer Center for being awarded the platinum eHealthcare Leadership award for Best Site Design and silver for Best Overall Internet Site! We are proud to have partnered with Siteman as their web application development agency to design and build the award-winning site, which launched early in 2016.
The redesigned site for the top-ranked cancer treatment center now reflects the expertise and care provided by the Siteman team. The cornerstone feature of the redesigned site is an elegant and simple information hierarchy. As we planned for and built the new site, we focused on a user-centered approach to create a site that is both beautiful and easy to navigate.
“We are proud to partner with Siteman Cancer Center to build an outstanding web experience for their patients,” said Integrity Partner and Chief Creative Officer Ed Morrissey. “The site focuses on an excellent user experience, so we're happy to see it recognized as a top site in the healthcare industry.”
The awards were distributed by Strategic Health Care Communications, an organization that provides marketing, communications and business development information to health care organizations. Each year they recognize the best websites and digital communications in health care with the eHealthcare Leadership Awards. Siteman Cancer Center received the platinum award for Best Site Design in the Hospital 400+ Beds category and the silver award for Best Overall Internet in the same category.
Do you want to work with a team focused on creating an outstanding user experience? Contact us today.
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