Delighten were asked to create a website for CAMHS, NHS Thorneywood Adolescent inpatient unit in Nottingham.
The website is fully optimised to look great on mobile and desktop devices as well as is editable in WordPress CMS. Delighten also produced a video to showcase CAMHS facilities.
We decided to create a simple five-page website that explains what CAMHS is and how to contact the team. Since a strong visual style for CAMHS branding was already established, we had a pretty good idea of what the website would look like.
For the content of the website, we worked closely with the CAMHS team to make sure the text provided by them was easy and clear to understand to all types of audience. To create visual content, we organised a team of videographers who visited CAMHS unit in Nottingham and made a short video of their facilities.
CAMHS (Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services) already had a developed brand in their printed material. Delighten were asked to help the client create a professional website and use the brand features to sustain their identity.
We needed to make sure that the content was visually appealing and easy to read.
This sector of NHS provides service to children and young adults with mental health difficulties. The website was built to present a professional image and provide valuable information to the children and young adults who use the website.
Delighten tried to keep the user experience (UX) throughout the website as simple and straightforward as possible. For instance, a user can access all contents easily on any device: from a desktop to tablet to smartphone. Also, CAMHS themselves can edit the website (including adding pages, images and videos) from any device.