Coming off its two gold wins earlier this year in the annual Healthcare Advertising Awards, Hub & Spoke is excited to announce additional honors in the area of health and wellness, this time from Graphic Design USA.
The annual GDUSA Health + Wellness Design Awards honor excellence in the critical area of traditional medicine, healthcare, healthy lifestyles, nutrition and public health messaging. Hub & Spoke’s winning entries ranged from website design to print and branding projects across healthcare and insurance.
The winning projects include:
ECHO Autism / University of Missouri – Columbia
Branding and Logo Design
The Insurance Group Benefits Guide
Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) has reported on and awarded outstanding design since 1963, and as always, we’re honored to again be a winner in their annual competitions.
About Hub & Spoke
Hub & Spoke is a full-service web design and creative agency with offices in St. Louis and Columbia, Missouri. Hub & Spoke works with a diverse mix of clients to help them find focus for their marketing and creative design, online and offline. Hub & Spoke provides modern mobile friendly website design, graphic design, video production, search marketing services and photography.
Community State Bank of Missouri, with branches in Bowling Green and Troy, launched a revamped and revitalized website on August 1.
“We are very excited to bring newer technology to our customers and continuity across our various online services,” said Paul Hill, EVP and Co-CEO of Community State Bank. “Security is always at the forefront of our decisions and customer convenience is very important to us as well. We want to improve the online experience and get information to customers in a quick and clean manner.”
The new website, which features a mobile friendly design, uses large imagery that captures the uniqueness of Pike and Lincoln County, replacing a look that originally debuted in 2004 for the bank.
The site includes easy access to online banking along with information on products and services, while also featuring the latest in security and accessibility.
Community State Bank worked with Hub & Spoke, a St. Louis creative agency on the project, which has been a year in the making.
“Bank’s have to ensure their websites work for all customers, no matter their internet connection or ability,” said Dak Dillon, Creative Director at Hub & Spoke. “We worked with Community State Bank to create a website that is easy to use, even on slower internet connections or when on the go.”
Almost every business nowadays has an online presence, and the core of that is their website. However, there is a big difference in having just any website and having a great website. When creating a website for any type of business or organization, there are four foundations that should be considered in order to take the site from being mediocre to being great.
As a business owner, chances are you already understand the importance of having a quality website that is engaging for your consumers. However, you might nonetheless have difficulty understanding all of the technical jargon that goes along with running a website.
Costs are important to every business owner, and you want to make sure that you are getting what you pay for when it comes to your website and other technology costs. However, if you do not speak the language, how can you possibly evaluate the cost of building and maintaining a website?
When it comes to healthcare and medical website design, there are definitely some things that you want to keep in mind when crafting the perfect marketing strategy.
Designing the perfect website is never easy, but medical website design is even more challenging because of the message of comfort, credibility, and expertise that you are trying to communicate.
In fact, depending upon the particular type of medical or healthcare practice that you have, you may have to send several messages at once. For example, you may need to communicate that you have providers who are both caring and highly-skilled, or that your organization has both a long tradition of care and the latest in medical technology.
With that in mind, here are some of the best practices when creating a healthcare website design.
The world of journalism is evolving quickly, as traditional media outlets, such as newspapers and magazines, figure out how to best position themselves online.
At Hub & Spoke, we’ve been lucky enough to work with over a half dozen publications, ranging from traditional magazines covering specific industries to regional prestige publications that talk about the latest in travel, food and fun.
When Heartland Hub approached us this spring, we jumped at the opportunity to help chart the course of a new online-only media outlet hoping to reinvent community coverage.