As the country enters another period of lockdown with its associated challenges and uncertainties, it is increasingly important that we give our mental health just as much attention as we do our physical.
Public Health England (PHE), is a executive agency of the Department of Health and Social Care, and exist to protect and improve the nation’s health and wellbeing. They created ‘Every Mind Matters‘, which is a campaign set up to help the public manage and maintain their mental health, providing simple and practical advice to help people towards a healthier mind. When they first launched the ‘One You‘ service, it mainly consisted as a resource hub directing users to other organisations content.
Methods was brought on board to help design a mobile first web experience, which would have scalable architecture that would allow PHE to respond to ongoing campaign requirements whilst continuing to provide vital information to the public. Typically accessed by several thousand users a day (pre COVID), it was vital the user experience would be simple and understandable with actionable content.
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Commenting on Methods involvement in this project, Chris Sykes Head of Transformation said:
“We all know someone whose health has been effected by their mental wellbeing, so to be able to help with a project which is aimed at delivering tangible results in that area is very satisfying. To have so many of the team work on it over a period of time – ducking in and out as needed and throwing themselves into it because they see that its important – is especially satisfying. And the icing on the cake is that the delivery built on a previous project which meant that the new site could be delivered faster and more cost effectively than anyone thought possible.”