Looking for inspiration for Veterinary websites in the UK for your next website project? Here are some nice, clean modern Veterinary Clinic designs.
Veterinary Services have been in demand since lockdown period as owning a pet became more viable. I even heard on the radio that people are walking away from jobs if they can’t work from home, just so they can be with their pets.
Pets offer a great source of comfort, dogs keep us fit, and the love most animals give is really priceless.
There is an estimated 12.5 million dogs in the UK, according to PFMA. All these dogs will require vaccinations and regular health checks. Vets are in demand, with some reports suggesting their is a Vet shortage in the UK.
Below is a list of 10 modern, clean and useful Veterinary websites that will gain new clients and offer great online services.
Your website and other digital marketing practices will ensure your business is competitive and giving customers the right information. The website designer will focus on user-ability, accessibility, functionality and branding.
The main design is a horizontal menu, white space contrasted with bold colours and clear fonts and buttons.
Website is nicely branded in Blue and Pink with a lovely image on the homepage to get that instant connection.
Contact form on the home page for all enquiries with a map in the footer.
Contact details on every page and the menu and drop down content directs people to the correct information.
Good inbuilt SEO with all the meta tags and descriptions correctly reference.
Bold and clean design with good use of space and colour, images and graphics.
Sliders are no longer necessary on a website, they can date and some may slow a site down, but this slider only has 2 slides with nice images.
This is a Group of 4 Veterinary Practices so its designed to offer information on all four locations, they even have a virtual tour so you can see where your dog will be operated on.
The site includes recent customer reviews which offers useful information to prospective clients.
Group of 6 different Veterinary Surgeries so this is a big concern and a very well established business.
Good use of colour, graphics and images offering customers a good feeling about the service they should expect.
Meeting the team on the home page seems like a nice idea, and it is, the problem being is that staff change often and this image is now probably out of date.
However, the site offers useful information, testimonials, a registration form, emergency contact telephone number action button and is easy to navigate.
I would use more colour and more images on the site but the SEO is good as it was found very easily.
Another website made with WordPress that offers a nicely put together design with a puppy on the home page and colour branding throughout.
They have used two menus which is a good idea for some websites to give visitors main content and secondary content at a glance.
I chose this website as it is a good example of what can be achieved using WordPress.
This theme offers a nice layout with a 4 slide slider which is very inviting to visitiors.
The theme is fresh and the colours compliment each other well. The grey and green works really well, easy on the eye.
The mega menu is horizontal, rather than vertical which is nice and unique.
Hover effect call to action buttons work well and I like the compact style on the homepage.
Love the image on the home page and they are using transparency in the header which looks nice.
They have added the Facebook and Twitter feeds on the homepage, this is often done as a tool to keep people informed of up to date news in real time.
They also have a branded chat feature, so people can chat to reception.
Good use of background graphics as too much white back ground can be boring.
The video of the Highland Terrier is a nice touch. with the call to action buttons and welcome message.
The homepage has customer reviews and links to the four branches.
There is a link to another website selling pet supplies, so you could add an ecommerce subdomain to the website.
You can order repeat subscriptions on the website and all the information you need is easy to navigate.
The colour branding looks nice but the font on the menu is a bit small and probably wouldn’t pass W3C accessibility guidelines.
There is a testimonial slider but it could do with a heading to introduce the content.
The facilities would look nice with graphics.
At the bottom of the page there is an Instagram feed which feeds in all the photos of animals coming into the practice.
Business websites do need to display policies and procedures but I personally wouldn’t put this on the home page, this could be on a separate page and linked to.
Finaly, Norwood Road Veterinary Surgery is a good example of clean and crisp site with content in all the right places.
The homepage contains reviews and an introductory video for visitors and prospects.
You can request a video chat with the vet using VetsNow.
Good use of graphics and the ability to pay online is also a really useful feature.
Summary - Veterinary website design
We use WordPress for a lot of our website projects as it is highly versatile and easy to work with both from a design point of view, and for the business to manage.
Getting nice images of the animals and staff in their uniforms sets the tone of the business, images of puppies and smiles hooks people in.
The branding trickles down from the logo design, so the logo is a dominant feature of the website. The main menu can be on the side, but works better if it is horizontal so people can see exactly what menu options to choice.
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