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Kidney Patient Guide website survey

PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 3:46 pm
by administrator
Hi everyone,

It has been a very (very) long time since the Kidney Patient Guide was launched and we are hoping to make some small, but useful changes so that everyone has access to all the content whatever the device they are using to view it.

One issue we are currently working on is to get the animations updated so that everyone can see them. As they are currently in flash, depending on what device you are using, you may not be able to see these and they can be a really useful way of demonstrating how things work.

With this in mind, are there any other suggestions in ways which we can improve the site? Let us know!

Many thanks
Jodie (Administrator)

Re: Kidney Patient Guide website survey

PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 5:38 pm
by JMan
Defiantly keep the 'basics' of the first website, even if updated (some support charities have changed name etc).

The number of times I've shared the animations to friends, staff, etc I've lost count of. So please please find a way to keep them. We dream for the end of Flash, but while it lasts:) Even some alternative browsers such as puffin are being discontinued.


Maybe an annual 'Re Introductions' page thats fresh each year? I've used this on other groups and it sort of works!:)

Re: Kidney Patient Guide website survey

PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2019 3:55 pm
by administrator
JMan wrote:Defiantly keep the 'basics' of the first website, even if updated (some support charities have changed name etc).

The number of times I've shared the animations to friends, staff, etc I've lost count of. So please please find a way to keep them. We dream for the end of Flash, but while it lasts:) Even some alternative browsers such as puffin are being discontinued.


Maybe an annual 'Re Introductions' page thats fresh each year? I've used this on other groups and it sort of works!:)


Thank you for feeding back, this is good to hear and I will speak to the team here about your suggestions! We are most definitely keeping the animations as we know how useful they are, we just want them to work for everyone.

Thanks again,
Jodie