Website project management
Healthy Communications is proud to have project managed the design and build of this 2014 Mental Health Foundation (MHF) website. Our input included:
1. Working tirelessly with the client taking a detailed brief and with the contracted designers and builders to come up with design ideas and two-section layout. The MHF wanted to showcase the work it is doing in positive mental health as well as provide an easily found section on how to get help for people experiencing mental illness and for those supporting them.
2. Putting forward the idea to base most of this website on short, engaging personal stories from people’s personal journeys and about the wonderful work of the Mental Health Foundation. The stories are illustrated with original, Kiwi-centric, positive photography of real people, much of which we sourced for the client.
3. Coming up with the idea of creating a mental health topic A to Z database relevant to New Zealanders and angled towards the recovery model of metal health rather than the medical model. The topics have been reviewed by a registered psychologist and some by a mental health promoter. Our writers focus on health literacy ‒ making sure the majority of people coming to the website can easily understand what they are reading. In this way people can more easily apply the information to their lives and achieve better outcomes.
4. Creating a new suite of electronic newsletters in MailChimp that align with the website and are consistent with its story telling focus.
Our team is continuing to work with third party providers to launch a seamless, professional online store making sure all sales are integrated with the MHF’s accounting database and systems.
Health Navigator NZ: assisted with website project management and content for this national one-stop-shop for NZ relevant health information intended for members of the pubic and the health professionals who care for them.
Pink Shirt Day, MHF: website project management 2014 and refresh in 2015
Maurice Wilkins Centre, University of Auckland: website project management, contributed to content 2013
Glaucoma New Zealand, interviewed, wrote stories and procured images to pitch to local and national media (such as Sir Richard Hadlee for New Zealand Woman’s Weekly) as part of an annual appeal campaign, assisted with social media and fundraising page set up and general media advice where required.
The Active Gourmet Travel, we set up a new Mail Chimp account for The Active Gourmet and designed new-look newsletters for various audiences.
Total Healthcare, new Mail Chimp account for client and designs for newsletter. Healthy Communications write, edit and source images for this quarterly e-publication.
Mental Health Foundation, Healthy Communications sourced new designs for the Mental Health Foundation’s e-news publications to match the re-developed website (see above). We provide writing, editing, image sourcing services and send-out assistance on all four of the MHF’s e-newsletters.