The overall rating of the site is basic - there is no professional pizazz to
it. Just take a look at WebMD (http://www.webmd.com/) to get an idea on how
to jazz up the design - give the site a real kick and make people think
these guys really know what they are doing. I am not talking about the
technology that drives webmd, but the visual presentation.
Here are my page by page opinions:
All the text is bold - serious faux paux. Use bold sparingly and only for
Centered text - Not only does it look bad, it is difficult to read - left
justify it and see the difference.
Openinge and Closing horizontal bars - Why?
Header font is arial or helvetica; body text is the same, but on the home
page the font is Times? Keep the font standard.
Justified text - the text is justified here, but nowhere else on the site.
The initial layout of this page is pleasing...
On the previous two pages you use a section header, but not here; site is
revealing several inconsistancies in the first three pages.
Pictures look nice, but I think an applied 'sharpen' filter would make them
Bios - font is in times and all bold. ehhhhhhhh! (that's a buzzer indicating
another error). Standardize the fonts - bold the name maybe, but that's it.
The horizontal bar on the bio page is too wide - stretches into text on
right side on occasion.
Pictures on bios are not standard size - there is no reason why they
shouldn't be. The quality of the picturs on the bios does not match the
quality on the providers page; sometimes they are better, sometimes they are
Oops, suddenly the header color changes.
Underlined text but not hyperlinked. You are driving your users insane. If
you are going to underline a hyperlink, then any text underlined will be
perceived to be a hyperlink. Remove the underlines unless it is a hyperlink!
Page is good otherwise.
No header. Single spaced lines between new paragraphs should be changed to
Two different font colors - if you want to keep this, then invert the
colors. You have been using black on previous headers and in the body.
The 'tag line' "When Illness Won't Wait" should never be larger than your
header or the rest of the info within the same paragraph or listing.
Bullet point your list and left justify it - hard to follow from point to
No real need for borders on your tables
Font is kind of small on this page - you haven't used a font this small
previously for similar information.
Very odd header which is too small and underlined
Whole new table design - why?
Two different body fonts on the same page - makes no sense.
Underlined words which aren't hyperlinks - no, no.
How to apply: subsequent text is too small.
What does the linked page have to do with Recruitment. Is there a definition
of this word (recruitment) I don't understand?
This was previously noted - there appears to be a posting at the bottom of
Everything is bold and the font size is not consistent with other pages. You
may want to consolidate this page with the feedback page.
Links like this are rarely necessary unless you are using it to attract
attention from specific search engines. If you keep them, change the font
size to at least a 10pt font ("2" in FP).
Hope that helps,