27th August 2020

What went live – Health charity websites

Ben Serbutt

Ben Serbutt Head of Creative

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At Fat Beehive, we’ve always been proud to support the impact of health sector non-profits. Here are some of the websites we've launched over recent months.

The vital importance of health charities has become even more apparent during the coronavirus pandemic, as has their digital presence. 

At Fat Beehive, we’ve always been proud to support the impact of non-profits such as Tommy’s and Lymphoma Action. Over recent months we’ve also helped the following health-sector organisations by designing and building their new sites.

Hospiscare website design shown on devices

Hospiscare

Based in Devon, the first thing users notice about the new Hospiscare site is the engaging and friendly photography. Showing real people’s lived experience reflects the care and warmth that Hospiscare applies to all the work they undertake. 

Balanced with a vibrant colour palette and a user-first approach, the homepage features a ‘How can we help’ dropdown, as well as quotes from families they support. 

See the new Hospiscare website

The Children's Trust website design shown on different screens

The Children’s Trust – phase 1

The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury and neurodisability. Based in Surrey, they deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through skilled teams who work with children and young people, and their families.

With a complex site, we’ve worked with their team in phases, leaving large content areas like the Brain Injury Hub, shop and school microsites until later. But with new templates, dynamic components and a continued focus on their beneficiaries, we’ve laid the foundations for ongoing success. 

Visit The Children’s Trust main site

Designs of pages on the World Physiotherapy website

World Physiotherapy

The global body for physiotherapy represents 625,000 practitioners worldwide. Building from their rich history and with their new strategic plan, Fat Beehive undertook a complete rebrand as well as the complex website design and build. 

See the full case study

The Health Systems Global website design on various devices

Health Systems Global

HSG promote and improve health systems globally through research, policy, networks, symposia and more. Their new site reflects their professional focus while drawing users into diverse and relevant content.

Users can now easily find many different resources and reports, downloading a whole PDF or finding out more about an author. 

Seeing the global breadth of HSG members has never been easier with the new member’s map, while team profile pages include bios and social media links. And this rich site was built with a WordPress CMS, meaning the HSG communications team have an easy time updating and maintaining content.  

See the HSG site

Design of The Sick Children's Trust website

Sick Children’s Trust

The Sick Children’s Trust gives families with a seriously ill child in hospital a way to stay together in a place that feels like home. With families in distress and the health professionals who help them in mind, we designed and built a WordPress website that creates clear and calm user journeys for them to find the information they need, in the simplest way possible.

Their strong donations page uses the Committed Giving platform and incorporates some of our best-practice ideas, including a large, engaging design, a stepped form and three price points. Guided by our behavioural science knowledge, it’s a page we often share with new clients to guide their donation user journeys. 

See The Sick Children’s Trust website

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