In cooperation with study partner Emory University, the American Men’s Internet Survey (AMIS) monitors trends in sexual health in order to improve public health services for HIV prevention.
The client felt that its website lacked a clean design, a consistent visual brand, and content that was useful, accessible, and easy to navigate. Ultimately, AMIS wanted its website to become a space for participants and researchers alike to quickly find and understand the information they needed.
Badie Designs created a responsively designed website that aligns with the brand, has basic SEO optimization, contains accessibility features, and is translated into Spanish.
Specifically, our work included:
- Creating a modern design that reflects the AMIS brand
- Redesigning the home page to include accessible introductory information for potential participants along with researchers
- Using more accessible color contrasts
- Optimizing the website for SEO
- Adding links to surveys, reports, and other publications and classifying them appropriately on the site
- Integrating responsive Tableau data charts
- Fixing the broken email entry field on the Data Requests page
- Linking to social media pages
- Making the site easier to edit on the back end
- Moving the website to a secure server
- Providing a Spanish version of the website
The client was extremely pleased with the new website.