Last week I posted a quick article detailing how I have developed a series of campaign specific landing pages (microsites) for internal use using static HTML pages hosted on our ailing Intranet server)
One of the sites I posted an image of was an early version of our New PAS campaign site:
Which was recently polished off to look like this:
The idea here is that we hook-in hospital staff with a simple and engaging design which is much more effective that posting out a simple news post to our dreary Intranet news feed or sending out those dreaded global emails.
How I built it
Using 960.gs and HTML5 boilerplate meant for extremely rapid prototyping. I was able to get a layout set up in less than a day and populate it with the provided content. This was then sent for review and after another days work tweaking and cleaning up the site was done.
Feedback for this site in particular has been very positive – in fact, overwhelmingly so. So much so that I’m now sketching out some ideas about how these sites could be converted into reusable templates with CMS functions which would make possible easier and faster developments in future.