- New brand development
- WordPress website
- Animation to explain psychosis
- Postcards and brochure
- Government report
Overview of the project
Time4Recovery was established following new Government mental health guidelines, aiming to improve outcomes for people with psychosis. The guidelines require that over 50% of people who visit a GP with a first episode of psychosis see a mental health professional within 14 days. Time4Recovery is a collaboration involving people who access services, carers, clinicians, researchers, managers and commissioners in the South East. The group joined forces to ensure they meet the criteria and improve outcomes for people with first episode psychosis.
Through client recommendation, we were briefed to create communication tools for the Early Intervention in Psychosis Programme. We created a bright, cheerful and multicolour identity to signify parts of the brain in an abstract way. Partnering with a web app developer, we created an online assessment tool to enable diagnosis. Implementation also included a simple animation, postcards, a brochure and a Government report.
“We are thrilled with the new suite of communications materials to support the work of Time4Recovery. The elements work together beautifully and tell a clear story about our aims and work and disperse misunderstanding about psychosis. The brand implementation has been impeccable too. The animation received positive feedback from mental health professionals. It achieved over 300 views in one week and over 47,000 views to date.”
How we can help you
This new website enables partner organisations to publish information and create a knowledge-sharing portal and awareness and education tool. It was created using a WordPress theme, due to tight budget and deadline. The campaign raised awareness of the Government standards. If you have similar requirements for your website, please get in touch.
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