Project Launch - Hunter First Aid


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A custom approach to booking CPR classes online was taken for the Hunter First Aid website project. Through the use of a selection based booking system, each user’s choice through the booking process enables clients to book classes online that are suited to their specifications and requirements. This makes for a seamless user experience.

The responsive design takes advantage of modern web trends to present Hunter First Aid as a reputable and professional option when seeking CPR training. With the website adapting to all screen sizes, bookings can take place on all devices as well as on-the-go.

Visually, the colour scheme pulls out the bold turquoise green to strengthen the Hunter First Aid brand. Setting the imagery in black and white helps amplify this strong colour.

The modern sans serif font choice helps connect text to the logo and also reinforce Hunter First Aid’s professionalism.

The overall project has a finished, professional look with solid booking functionality and contact process.

UX Designer

Graduating from the CATC Design School, Sydney, in 2014, Dillon already has the experience of designing over 150 business websites. Although his expertise lie in digital design, whilst studying Dillon founded his own magazine which resulted in him being awarded the DIA (Design Institute of Australia) Professional Encouragement Award.

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