GOSH website - new improvements

25 Nov 2019, 3:23 p.m.

Devices showing the GOSH website homepage

If you’ve browsed our website (gosh.nhs.uk) recently, you may have spotted a few changes.We’ve given the website a fresh lick of paint in the last week in terms of a new

  • colour palette
  • larger and more readable font
  • engaging icons which illustrate our key content areas
  •  'submersible' in the foot of the website – (see if you can spot our little submarine)

Clearer font – easier to read

One of the key improvements is the larger Frutiger font we’ve used across the website. This is vital for our users who view our site on a mobile phone or tablet device. We hope reading our content is a much-improved experience. We’re really keen to gauge your views, so do please drop us a line at social.media@gosh.org to let us know what you think. Or if you’re on the site there’s a blue feedback button you can click on the right hand side to send your instant views.

Happy browsing.

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