Since 2019, NRAS has been working hard on improving information provision to members, supporters and the wider Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) community.
The latest publications, updates and activities for JIA-at-NRAS represent a huge support resource for those who need it. A priority for NRAS – and an expectation from those they support – is an easy-to-navigate, user friendly, informational website, because this is the primary route for people to discover the organisation.
NRAS is excited to launch the new and improved JIA-at-NRAS website!
There has been a lot of work and consideration put into this newly designed website, including taking feedback from a focus group back in August. This allowed us to put the thoughts and feelings of our users at the forefront, ensuring we are effectively providing the information important to them in the best way possible. We are particularly proud of our new smart search tool called the ‘Resource Hub’, which allows you to search the website more efficiently. Navigation has been greatly improved, making it clear on each section of the site what you will find, and where to find what you need.
“I am thrilled to see months of hard work coming to fruition as the new JIA-at-NRAS website goes live. As a small charity moving our two websites on to a new platform was a major undertaking. Slightly delayed due to the pandemic but still delivered to the highest standard. We truly hope you will find navigating the new website easy and the various new features more interactive and responsive. A huge well-done to the entire team at NRAS but especially Shivam, Will, Anita and Emma and the team at 93 Digital, the website agency,” said Clare Jacklin, NRAS CEO.
Please take this opportunity to explore the new site, and feel free to send NRAS any feedback.