The National Disease Registration Service collects data from cancer patients, which include hospital attendance, the treatment a patient receives, chemotherapy data and how effective a patient’s treatment procedures is. The data is collated and shared with medical researchers and scientists.

We were tasked with designing a website that clearly outlined the purpose of the NDRS, how vital the patient’s data is and how the data is used by clinicians to help in the fight against cancer.

We designed a content managed site that incorporated a section for patients and clinicians to discover both objective and subjective views and facts around cancer data. This included multiple page layouts, a several custom news feeds, blog(and Vlog) pages as well as a series of key facts Q&A via Google’s crucial FAQ schema markup. We also produced 3 data visualisations showing all of the data’s development over the last decade.

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