Wellbeing web application created for NHS

NHS Wellbeing web app

A key challenge faced by the NHS is the increasing amount of staff experiencing stress and mental wellbeing issues.  The impact on the individual and the workplace can be huge particularly if the symptoms and behaviours have gone unnoticed.

The NHS Wellbeing tool was commissioned to raise awareness of this issue and to signpost NHS staff and team leaders to the right resources to support them. We were briefed to create an interactive web app that was easy to use, engaging and to the point.

The process started with wireframes and moved to our creative team to create the interface. The tool is embedded with NHS Employers’ Sitecore system. It is cross platform and fully responsive. It uses the latest web technologies including Angular JS to ensure it is properly future proofed. The tool also collects anonymous data to provide an indication of national usage.

“Cite combine great ideas with first class creative and technical delivery. They exceed our expectations every time, which is why we really enjoy working with them on our digital projects”
– Jen Gardner, Programme Lead, NHS Development and Employment Team

This is out latest project for the NHS, following our acclaimed work on the Organisation Development campaign (DoOD) and our NHS Acronym Buster mobile app.

Other related NHS project work can be viewed here.

For more information, or to discuss a project you may be planning, please contact us on 0116 254 9888 or email [email protected]