Judges commented that it was “a very well-designed information resource” and they were impressed that the content was written directly by PrEP users themselves. They went on to say: “it features an excellent design and clear and simple language is used.”
Will Nutland, co-founder of PrEPster said: “We are delighted to receive this accolade. The website has been viewed by tens of thousands of people, and has been instrumental in getting information about IMPACT out to those who need PrEP in England”.
Richard Kahwagi, who designed the project said: “We designed an interactive resource with a diverse young cast at the forefront. It was a challenge to present such rich content – but animated GIFs, videos, and clear information hierarchy made the website easy-to-read and engaging.”