Dirty Design helping to plot the dots with the NHS
Bristol based agency, Dirty Design, has created an Interactive PDF for NHS Improvement – Making Data Count. This important document provides people working in the NHS with the knowledge, skills and tools to enable them to make the best use of the data available to them to improve patient care.
Dirty Design won a 5-way pitch to develop the 150 page toolkit to help Analysts and Decision-makers within the NHS to make better judgements and decisions via case studies, videos and exercises and to work together more effectively.
Senior Account Manager at Dirty Design, Karen Greenslade, said: ‘We’ve really enjoyed working with the team at NHS Improvement for the last couple of months on this incredibly important project for the NHS. We have created a design that enables the very complex subject of data to be discussed in an easily digestible and engaging way for the range of users across the entire NHS. The Interactive PDF clearly signposts how Analysts & Decision-makers can make the best use of data and how they can work together to make often life-saving decisions and help to make a difference within the NHS. The document has been promoted via a variety of mechanisms including this blog https://www.hfma.org.uk/news/blogs/blog-post/making-data-count and via twitter using the hashtag #plotthedots
Samantha Riley from NHS Improvement said: “Dirty Design have been a pleasure to work with. The team have been incredibly responsive and flexible and done their utmost to meet all of our requirements within a really tight timescale. The design that they came up with for the guide is brilliant – really fresh and engaging. Everyone that I have shown it to has loved it. Even though the guide was only launched a few days ago, the response from the NHS has been incredibly positive and I have no doubt this is in part due to the excellent design work undertaken by Dirty Design.’
Born in 2003, Dirty Design is a passionate and experienced team, creating brand identities, marketing campaigns, packaging, websites and even virtual reality for an eclectic mix of clients across the private and public sectors.
Contact: Karen Greenslade – email@example.com