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Mental health trust launches mobile-friendly website for smartphone users

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has enhanced its website to make it more mobile-friendly for people who use smartphones and tablets.

Upgraded in December, the website can now detect devices with narrower screens and adjust how it is displayed, with mobile friendly menu and search toggle buttons, and a simpler single column page layout.

These changes were designed in response to the growth in mobile and tablet usage of the trust's website - averaging 28% of sessions over the last six months - of which 16% were mobile and 12% tablet users.

Latest figures on mobile and tablet usage, in October and November, reached new highs since the new website launch in May. Browsers such as Safari, Chrome and the stock Android browser led in mobile and tablet popularity.

The mobile-responsive website was designed and developed in-house at no additional cost.

To mark the first six months operation of the new look website, the trust is also inviting service users, carers, partners and staff to tell us what they think of it and help us decide how best to improve it in the future:

The survey closes at 5pm on 30 January 2015.‚Äč