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Portfolio & Case Studies

In our portfolio, you can read a short synopsis of most of the websites we have built and/or designed. But we decided to take a few of them and develop in-depth case studies, to more thoroughly explain what each client needed, what the challenges were, and how BoxCrush® met and exceeded those challenges to deliver positive results.

Client needs are different—deciding how large a site should be and what technology and interactive features will enhance a message is complex, and can’t be a one-size-fits-all solution. BoxCrush identifies every facet of your internet strategy—including websites, mobile ads and pay-per-click services, SEO, and more—and then we fill those needs with unique, tailored solutions. We don’t try to put our clients into a one-size-fits-all box. The following case studies prove that.

Center for Pain Management

WordPress Website Development & Design | Branding

Center for Pain Management

Overview

Center for Pain Management is an Indianapolis pain management practice with satellite locations in Greenwood and Lafayette. Leadership wanted to grow the practice and bring in new patients, and they knew that in order to do that, they needed an updated user-friendly, mobile-friendly site. BoxCrush designed a new WordPress site and updated their color scheme and logo.

Quick Facts

  • Mobile-friendly interface
  • Click-to-call functionality
  • Patient-focused content
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BACKGROUND

This client’s website hadn’t been updated in several years, and the pages were slow to load. Site content was overly complex and lacked calls to action.

CHALLENGE

BoxCrush knew that building the new site would take more time than usual, as each piece of content had to be reviewed for accuracy and compliance with rules about healthcare content. In the interim, BoxCrush launched a quick landing page campaign to generate traffic to the old site.

SOLUTION

BoxCrush developed a new color scheme and updated the logo, but retained its original shape. The content team wrote 82 pages of content for the site, using everyday language that readers would be able to understand. In addition to adding calls-to-action throughout the site, BoxCrush created a footer form so users could easily make an appointment on the website.

The development team added and optimized images to improve page load times, and the user experience designer implemented new navigation and a responsive display that worked well across any device or browser.

Take a look at what we were able to do for Center for Pain Management.