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Endotine Patient Website

facelift landing page design


Improve the online resource to better inform new patients (within the US) by:

  • providing access to surgeons who currently practice the procedures to patients
  • reaching a larger audience with increased advertising and improved usability for mobile devices


Endotine® by MicroAire Surgical Instruments


  • Sarah Beth Martin: Design, Development
  • Elias Jones: Creative Services Lead
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Redesigning for Patients is an online resource for patients interested in learning more about Endotine facial procedures.

This online resource was typically found by patients in a few different ways:

  • Recommendation from a surgeon to a patient considering the procedure(s)
  • From patient literature found within plastic surgery centers/waiting areas
  • Organically through search results (although this was a very low quantity)

The primary goal is to inform new patients of the procedures (organically or through advertising) and refer them to a nearby surgeon.

Previous Website

Landing Page

previous design of facelift landing webpage

Brow Lift Page

previous design of facelift webpage for forehead implant

Transbleph Page

previous design of facelift webpage for bleph implant

Midface Page

previous design of facelift webpage for cheek implant

Ribbon Page

previous design of facelift webpage for neck implant

Find a Surgeon Page

previous design of facelift webpage for surgeon search

The previous patient website was static, not mobile-friendly, had minimal advertising, and remained stagnant for about eight years. The large paragraphs and crammed content were difficult to digest and were oftentimes duplicated. Updates to bring this patient resource to today's standards was long overdue.

Simplify, Simplify, Simplify

Unncessary content was removed and verbiage (including some medical jargon) was analyzed for better comprehension. Three new procedure sections were created: Eyes & Brows (previously Endoscopic Brow Lift and Direct Brow Lift), Cheeks (previously Endoscopic Midface Lift), and Neck (previously Ribbon Lift). Thus, labeling the different types of procedures in a way that can be easily understood by patients.

Color Palette

Soft, triadic colors deliniate between each procedure for easier navigation. A soft sky blue is used primarily on main headings and links to stand out against the white and light peach tones.

This palette conveys a gentle, spa-like experience—an experience that many plastic surgeons convey in their own branding. Due to the seriousness of surgery, a soft color scheme is more calming for patients who are considering elective surgery. These palettes bring an amicable (and oftentimes sophisticated) impression to plastic surgery.








Oxygen is used for bold headings and easy-to-read paragraph text. The sans-serif is specifically made for legibility on modern screens. It has the clean lines and legibility like a neo-grotesque typeface, but also evokes some warmth and personality of a humanist typeface (seen in the gentle curves of terminals in the 't' and 'l').

Moderately large text size and high contrast is crucial for easy reading, particularly since the target audience ranges between 45-65 years.


Large & Bold Headings

Paragraph Text Apparently we had reached a great height in the atmosphere, for the sky was a dead black, and the stars had ceased to twinkle. By the same illusion which lifts the horizon of the sea to the level of the spectator on a hillside, the sable cloud beneath was dished out, and the car seemed to float in the middle of an immense dark sphere, whose upper half was strewn with silver.

Responsive for Mobile

Not only is a responsive website important, it's crucial if you want to be found by users using smaller devices, which turns out to be more than 75% of patients that are now able to access the site.

preview of designed website on mobile phone full preview of designed facelift landing page

Subtle animations draw interest and invite interaction to content.

checkbox animations
animation of implant device slowly disappearing with pie timer
arrow animation gently pointing towards implant device
before and after eye slider animation

Post-Launch Results

Results are based off the first thirty days since launching. Previous numbers before the launch were considerably low (or non-exsistent).


Surgeon request form submissions


Mobile device usage


Unique website visitors