In a webinar hosted by the Patient Information Forum, Nia shared her experiences of both designing and receiving patient information. Here she reflects on how content design can help health organisations deliver relevant, useful information that meets their users’ needs.
This guest post was written by Dawn Kofie, a content designer at dxw. Dawn reflects on the skills you need as a content designer, and shares resources to help you develop them.
How do we apply the principles of trauma informed practice to content design, to make sure no one is harmed by the words we write?
This post was written by guest contributor, the cutting-edge artificial intelligence GPT-4. We gave it a light polish, and deleted some waffle. Just like we would with a human writer.
We didn’t need to change much at all. We did this as an experiment, to put GPT-4 through its paces, and learn how to get the best out of it. In a companion blog post, we discuss exactly what we did.
What does it mean to design for neurodiversity? We look at steps we can take to make content more accessible to more people.