Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, haematology, that’s a cat, that’s a dog Adam, you can’t just turn them off and back on again - I never thought I’d be involved in those conversations while designing a website, photographing and prototyping. It’s been a really amazing few months working with those amazing staff at Trefaldwyn Vets in Montgomery.
It is one big family there and I’ve been welcomed with open arms, maybe it’s because I’ve fixed all of their stuff or it’s my cheeky warm character that has helped me organically osmositise into the team. (Not a real word, just trying to impress on my knowledge of biology – or is it chemistry?)
It has been a bundle of laughs working with the staff there, from turning up with camera in hand only to have vets drive into the carpark, seeing my camera and speeding off at high speed in the opposite direction to vets’ pets performing all sorts of tricks while posing for a photograph with their owners.
The attention to detail and professionalism from Dawn, Sue and Heather in the design requirements, content and information that is available to the visitor has made the whole design process a joy. We have all proof read so much material I’m sure I could easily become a vet, can’t be that hard, I’ve learnt some new big words and that sticky plasters are not all they are cracked up to be.
Like all websites in the early design stages, there have been plenty of changes, starting from scratch and rearranges but it’s to be expected especially if you need your front door on the world wide web to precisely reflect the ethos of the practice as well as the commitment and customer focus everyone at that practice has and does lovingly and naturally.
So, its completed and the site has been handed over along with training on how to use and manage their new CMS site but they won’t be alone as I’ll be around to help them with any updates or changes they need as they get use to administrating their new site – thank you Trefaldwyn Vets, it’s been a real pleasure working with you all on this and well done to Dawn, Sue and Heather in creating a site to be proud of.