BOSTON — Amy Campbell, principal of Infoworks!, is pleased to announce that the firm has been selected for a 2016 WebAward for the "mobile-first" responsive website redesign of christinehamori.com. The website was built for Duxbury, Massachusetts plastic surgery client, Christine Hamori Cosmetic Surgery + Skin Spa, received an "Outstanding Achievement in Web Development" award in the Medical industry category from the Web Marketing Association's 2016 web design competition that judged websites in over 50 categories.
A website project was a mobile-first redesign — it aimed at capturing the search engine optimization (SEO) success of the past site, while updating the look and enhancing ease-of-use and ease of contacting the practice on-the-go.
The emphasis for the design was on simplicity of presentation and depth of information. Marketing content favors education over sales pitches and employs informative multimedia content — video, animation, text, and before-and-after photos.
For more information on the award go to: http://www.infoworks1.com/webaward2016.html