Oxfam's new website: Your thoughts

Posted by Sarah Jordan Head of Digital Communications

15th May 2012

Our new website's been up for a couple of weeks, and we've been reading all your feedback. Most of it is really positive, which is great. Inevitably some of you prefer the old site, particularly those of you who were familiar with it. Hopefully in time you'll come to love the new site as much as we do!

For this redesign, we've focused on helping people find content quickly and efficiently. We tested the new design with users at every stage of the design process. And now that we've launched the site, we'll keep working to improve your experience on the site.

Our core aim is to inspire and motivate you, our supporters, to do more with us, showing you the vast array of activities (from bake sales to marathons) that you can get involved with to support our goal of ending poverty.

The new website also gives us a place to be open and transparent about how we work and how we spend your money, and to share some inspiring stories of how, together, our work is improving people's lives.

A few people had trouble finding out how to contact us (although luckily you persisted enough to let us know!) The contact us link is right at the bottom of every page. We'd love to hear from you if you have any thoughts - about the new site or about anything else Oxfam does.

Find out more

Introduction to Oxfam
How we spend your money

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