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By Leigh Mortimer, 16 August 2018
I’m a Product Manager at NHS Digital and my role is to look at how we can improve the design of the NHS website (www.nhs.uk). I work with a small team of skilled designers, developers and researchers. Together, we have recently made some important improvements to the site and this blog explains what they are and why we have made them.
There are over 40 million visits to the NHS website (nhs.uk) per month. It has thousands of articles, videos and tools, all made to help people and there are links to lots of local and online services that make it easy for people to use the NHS.