The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF), a national patient organization for people with primary immunodeficiency (PI), recently announced the launch of a totally redesigned website.
In addition to an enhanced graphic design and more efficient navigation, the new website features upgraded search functions, enhanced resources, and helpful links to relevant related content throughout the site. The new layout and increased functionality of the site were brought to life based on findings from usability testing and research with various PI community stakeholders. The communications team at IDF also took into account competitor and industry research to back design decisions. Considering the needs of Spanish-language users was also a priority for the new site.
“For the people and families we serve, web-based resources that are mobile friendly are an essential tool they rely on almost daily,” said Tammy C. Black, MPA, Chief Communications Officer of IDF. “The redesign and relaunch of www.primaryimmune.org was a meticulous, multi-year process. Going into this project, the team focused on improving the navigation and accessibility standards throughout the site, as well as site hierarchy, a consistent visual language, and improved mobile experience. We encountered and addressed numerous additional opportunities to improve the site throughout our journey from discovery to design, development, and deployment of this amazing new tool for the PI community."
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