UNAIDS launches new website design ahead of World AIDS Day
18 November 2013
More innovation, story-telling and new products for UNAIDS website.
Ahead of World AIDS Day, UNAIDS has released a newly designed website for a more visual and streamlined user experience. The new design features all the latest information about UNAIDS––available through a range of multi-media options.
“We have seen phenomenal progress in the AIDS response,” said Annemarie Hou, Director of Communications and Global Advocacy. “Now we can better share stories about the people, the data and the evidence behind the successes.”
The platform’s clean, uncluttered design focuses on providing the user with faster ways to find and share information. New ways of presenting UNAIDS core work through images, story and photo galleries are now available––all which have been optimized for smart phones and tablets.
“We know more people get their inspiration on the go—so we’ve tried to make the website a visual experience for every visitor,” added Ms Hou.
The site also highlights progress towards the goals and targets set by the United Nations Member States, as well as advances towards achieving the UNAIDS vision of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths.
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