New websites for CPZ (Centrum ter Preventie van Zelfdoding)

Today I am proud to announce the launch of the new websites for CPZ. (Centrum ter Preventie van Zelfdoding)
The center if most known for the chat and telephone supportlines for people with questions about suicide.
Apart from these activities CPZ is also a knowledge center, dedicated to studies in suicide problems, and training of people that are affected by these problems.
Âll this information is gathered on the website, and is continuisly updated. On the other hand are people that come to the website, with often great emotional distress, people in crisis that are in desperate need of information, or want to call or chat with someone. They need their information preferably with a very low threshold.
It was also important not to exclude one part of the audience of the oter part of the website. Any part of information that is usefull needs to be available.
It is clear these groups of people need a totally different approach.This duality in the online audience had to be solved in the new website.
We took this duality quite litterary, by dividing the interface of the homepage in 2 parts. Depending on your entrance you get the emphasis on the part you are most interested in, but also depending on the mousemovement. Hoovering over another section, causes it to open and give you more information.

Today I am proud to announce the launch of the new websites for CPZ. (Centrum ter Preventie van Zelfdoding)

The center if most known for the chat and telephone support lines for people with questions about suicide.

Apart from these activities CPZ is also a knowledge center, dedicated to studies in suicide problems, and training of people who are affected by these problems.

All this information is gathered on the website, and is continuously updated. On the other hand are people who come to the website, with often great emotional distress, people in crisis that are in desperate need of information, or want to call or chat with someone. They need their information preferably with a very low threshold.

It was also important not to exclude one part of the audience of the other part of the website. Any part of information that is useful needs to be available.

It is clear these groups of people need a totally different approach.This duality in the online audience had to be solved in the new website.

CPZblog

We took this duality quite literary, by dividing the interface of the homepage in 2 parts. Depending on your entrance you get the emphasis on the part you are most interested in, but also depending on the mouse movement.  Hovering over another section, causes it to open and give you more information.

http://www.zelfmoordlijn.be

http://www.preventiezelfdoding.be

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