Human Repairs

Human Repairs

This case study highlights the successful web design work undertaken for a Human Repairs (physiotherapy clinic) aiming to transform its online presence and enhance the overall patient experience. The project focused on creating a user-friendly, visually appealing, and informative website that effectively showcased the clinic's services, improved accessibility, and fostered patient engagement.

Human Repairs (physiotherapy clinic), located in a bustling urban area, recognized the importance of establishing a strong online presence to attract new patients and provide valuable information to existing ones. The clinic's existing website was outdated, lacked functionality, and did not effectively communicate its expertise and services. The objective was to create a modern website that would become a valuable resource for patients seeking physiotherapy services. Analysis of Challenges Before initiating the web design work, several challenges were identified: a. Outdated Design and Functionality: The existing website had an outdated design, limited functionality, and did not reflect the professionalism and expertise of the clinic. b. Lack of User-Friendly Navigation: The website's structure and navigation were confusing, making it difficult for users to find relevant information about services, practitioners, and appointment booking. c. Inadequate Representation of Services: The previous website failed to effectively highlight the clinic's wide range of services, their benefits, and the expertise of the physiotherapy team. d. Limited Patient Engagement: The lack of interactive elements and patient engagement tools resulted in reduced user interest and limited opportunities for interaction. Web Design Strategies and Implementation a. Discovery and Planning Phase: Conducted interviews with clinic stakeholders to understand their goals, target audience, and desired website functionalities. Conducted competitor analysis to identify industry best practices and potential areas for differentiation. b. User-Centric Design: Developed a visually appealing and modern design, aligned with the clinic's branding, using appropriate color schemes, typography, and imagery. Prioritized intuitive navigation, ensuring easy access to information and a smooth user experience. c. Services and Practitioner Showcase: Created a dedicated section to highlight the clinic's services, emphasizing the range of conditions treated and the effectiveness of various physiotherapy techniques. Developed individual profiles for each practitioner, showcasing their qualifications, specialties, and expertise, establishing credibility and fostering trust. d. Enhanced Patient Engagement: Incorporated interactive elements, such as appointment booking forms, allowing patients to easily schedule appointments and select preferred practitioners and time slots. Integrated a blog section featuring informative articles, exercise videos, and self-care tips, promoting patient education and engagement. e. Mobile Responsiveness: Ensured the website was fully responsive, adapting seamlessly to different screen sizes and devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. f. Search Engine Optimization (SEO): Implemented SEO techniques, including optimized page titles, meta descriptions, and keyword-rich content, to improve the website's visibility and organic search ranking. g. Testing and Iteration: Conducted extensive testing to ensure proper functionality, cross-browser compatibility, and responsiveness across various devices. Gathered user feedback and made iterative improvements based on user behavior and preferences. h. Training and Support: Provided training to the clinic staff on content management system (CMS) usage, enabling them to easily update and maintain the website. Offered ongoing technical support to address any issues or concerns after the website's launch. Results and Impact The web design work resulted in significant improvements in the clinic's online presence and patient experience: a. Increased Online Visibility: The optimized website achieve higher search engine rankings, attracting a larger number of visitors searching for physiotherapy services in the clinic's local area. b. Enhanced User Experience: The intuitive navigation and user-friendly design facilitated easy access to relevant information, reducing user frustration and improving overall satisfaction. c. Improved Patient Engagement: Interactive elements, including appointment booking forms and a blog section, encouraged active patient engagement, leading to increased appointment bookings, newsletter subscriptions, and social media interactions. d. Expanded Patient Base: The revamped website attracted a broader patient base, including new patients seeking physiotherapy services, resulting in increased clinic appointments and revenue. e. Positive Feedback and Reputation: Patients appreciated the modern and professional website, leading to positive word-of-mouth referrals and an enhanced reputation for the clinic within the local community. Conclusion The web design work successfully transformed the online presence of Human Repairs (physiotherapy clinic), resulting in improved patient experience, increased patient engagement, and an expanded patient base. By creating a user-centric website that effectively showcased services, improved navigation, and fostered patient interaction, the clinic achieved its goal of providing valuable resources to patients while establishing a strong online brand presence in the competitive healthcare market

Our Process

Requirements Analysis and Resource Planning

The first step to any process is always planning. Being a project manager, we have done a requirement analysis of the project We analyze if the software to develop aligns with our business goals. The purpose of any software is to make the tasks easier. So, we checked which tasks we will use to optimize and how the software will help the client in this. After this, we allocate resources for software development process. We decide what kind of resources we need in order to complete it. We can plan the number of project managers, software engineers, designers, tools, and technologies required for the project. Then, We create a flexible yet justifiable budget.

Design and Prototyping

After the analysis and planning part is over, it is time to start creating a software architecture for the product. This architecture or design will define the complete workflow of the software. In terms of software, the design doesn’t only have to do about the look but also about the overall functioning and user experience of the software. We played an important part in the design process as you need to explain to the software designers what is that you want from the program. You can define how the users will interact with the software application/product. The designers will design simple wireframes to show these interactions using various tools. If needed, we can also have complete prototypes or design templates that display each and every functionality of the product.

Software Development

Development in software-process only begins when we are completely sure of the requirements and onboard with the design and features. The development team starts working on the development of a program by writing the necessary code. Now, the development is carried out in different manners based on the type of software requirements. This is the riskiest phase of the software development process. However, being an experienced software development company, we easily understand the requirements and develop a product up to the expectations.


This is actually a continuous process of software development, and testing is performed alongside development. Testing is done to check the functionality, usability, and stability of the product under the rapid development process. We have a team of quality assurance testers or QA testers. This team tests every piece of code created by the software development team. This is done both manually as well with automated tools to find out if there are any bugs or glitches. Later, bugs are fixed by changing or adding new code to the original code. We make sure that your final product runs smoothly on the preferred devices and has all the required features and functionalities as discussed.


This is a crucial stage in the software development life cycle. After coding and testing are done, the next development phase is to deploy your software on the necessary servers and devices. This is only done after the client have approved of the product functionality and the stability of the product is proved. Many times,the product is given an Alpha release. A small bunch of users use the product and give their feedback. After analyzing the feedback, modifications are made to the software and then released as a Beta release. Now, more users have access to the software program.

Maintenance and Updates

As described earlier, software development is a cycle. It is an iterative process of software development. After launching the product, the process is not complete. We keep a track of software maintenance and keep upgrading it. We consistently monitor software development and suggest changes whenever required. This is done because technology keeps advancing and in order to keep up with these changes, the software products are needed to be updated. As time passes, users have different requirements that are uncovered. Further, user feedback also plays an important role in devising future updates for any software product.

Technologies Used

Microsoft .Net Framework

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

Hyper Text Markup Languagev (HTML)

Javascript, Jquery (JS)

Microsoft Sql Server