Antibiotic Reduction and Konservation (ARK) in Hospitals (ARK-Hospital) is an NIHR-funded research programme. Its overarching aim is to reduce the incidence of serious infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the future, through substantially and safely reducing antibiotic use in hospitals now.
A clean website I created for the ‘Modernising Medical Microbiology’ staff in 2017, based in the University of Oxford, John Radcliffe Hospital. Their research and project needed a digital home and display. I enjoyed this project, it allowed me to bring the research team’s ideas and features to life. And it allowed me to act as a one-man-technical-army they could rely and count on. I also provided training so that the team could take over themself eventually. And populated the website with everything from news, publications to edits. The red-blue white logo was also created by me.
Status: Live , Can be found here: www.arkstudy.ox.ac.uk
Content Management System: WordPress
Created: 2017 , over a duration of a few weeks liaising with the researchers, investigators and GPs
- Custom designed logo
- Twitter feed on homepage
- Video hero banner of falling capsule pills
- Clean, modern look and feel
- Quick loading times for all the pages
- Integrated google analytics to track page visits etc.