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New Media—the merging of traditional media with interactive computer-enabled consumer devices and the Internet—has become integrated into the lives of billions. Effective New Media for health needs to be innovative, engaging, and easy-to-use. With the expertise of UC Berkeley’s School of Information and Center for New Media, we specialize in helping you meet your users’ health literacy needs in digital environments.
We provide written assessment of your website’s health literacy strengths and weaknesses. This includes analysis of navigation and labeling for users with limited literacy skills. We also provide assessment of health literacy, based on the validated Suitability Assessment of Materials (SAM).
• Need link to Website Assessments
We work with you to plan easy-to-read and easy-to-use consumer websites. We develop content, including resource lists, glossaries, and interactive tools, in multiple languages.
• Department of Managed Health Care Redesign Website Redesign
• Office of the Patient Advocate Website Project
We develop materials in alternative formats for people with disabilities, including web-based formats as well as the traditional Braille, audio, and large print.
• Medi-Cal Access Project
With experts from UC Berkeley’s School of Information we can create mobile apps that provide important health information tailored to the user. We develop content and interactive tools, in multiple languages.