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Feedback

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Photo Credit: cali.org via Compfight cc

This week, we thought it might be interesting to share some of the feedback we are getting from users and how this is informing changes we are making to the sova sites.

Last year, Theresa wrote and then recently reposted a brief overview of all the different types of helping professionals who can help to treat mental illness called, “What do all these letters mean?” – referring to the post-nominal letters after a professional’s name like PhD.

We received several comments on that article letting us know it was helpful but that young people especially wanted to know more information and details. Our new research assistant, Amie, set to work. At first she created a table which looked great on word but blurry in wordpress. We have started using piktochart, an infographic design app, for a newsletter we send out to research participants. We thought – why not try making a more interesting looking infographic instead of a table? Infographics look great and seem to be more engaging, grabbing a user’s attention in a fun way. Although as Amie will tell you, they do require some time and perseverance!

These articles were published yesterday on sova and wisesova with the infographics.

What do you think? Feel free to comment below or email us! We value you this group as our stakeholders and welcome any advice! Thank you!