Wired for Health, the website I worked on for over four years is officially offline in the format designed by Abacus emedia. A new site (congratulations to ICE Ltd for winning the contract has arisen in its place) is available.
Before I forget we won the 2004 International Visual Communications Association (IVCA), Biz Net Awards Web Accessibility award, sponsored by Nomensa, along with John Lewis!
I guess it didn’t happen by accident, what with Cynthia working on the new look Wired for Health, and the e-newsletter delivering sustained improvements in visitors in 2004 leading up the awards in December 2004:
Sharp rise in people using Wired for Health
The number of people using the Wired for Health website has increased significantly over the last year, according to latest web statistics. The number of visitor sessions (people logging on for up to 30 minutes at a time) averaged around 20,000 a month in the six months from June to December last year. But since January numbers have jumped by 10,000 a month, averaging over 30,000 visits in the eight months up to and including August. Mind, Body & Soul and Lifebytes both averaged around 25,000 a month last year, and Galaxy-H around 18,000 a month. However best performer of all is the Welltown website which last year and this has notched up over 30,000 visitors a month.