Johnson & Johnson’s Discover Nursing Site Gets Responsive Design
Johnson and Johnson have launched a new responsive website to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Campaign for Nursing’s Future.
The site allows current and prospective nurses to access a wide variety of information where ever they are, including info for current current nursing students, details on how to become a nurse, finding a nursing speciality, facts and figures about nursing and profiles of other nurses and students.
Available at www.discovernursing.com, the site uses a number of stylesheets with media queries to change the grid layout from 3 columns for a large screen, 2 columns for a smaller tablet-sized screen and 1 column with an optimised navigation for mobiles.
Here you can see the large, 3 column layout:
And the mobile layout:
As you can see the navigation has been optimised for touchscreens at lower screen sizes.
Johnson and Johnson worked with digital agency R/GA on the new site. Executive Creative Director of R/GA, John Berman, states:
“The mobile strategy for the campaign is to give prospective nurses and current nurses seamless access to the wealth of information on discovernursing.com, whether they’re on a smartphone, tablet or PC…It’s crucial that brands deliver real value in that first encounter, and it’s a credit to Johnson & Johnson that they’re early believers in this mobile-first philosophy.”
At TMWDB, we are really pleased that such a high profile company has chosen to roll out a responsive design. It’s only a matter of time before designs like this are seen as a necessity by large companies as more and more people use mobiles as their primary screen.
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