The California Health Benefits Review Program supports legislative decision-making in California with rigorous independent analyses of the medical effectiveness, cost impact, and public health impact of bills related to health insurance benefits.

Their previous website was using a proprietary CMS that was clunky, difficult to navigate and find content, and wasn’t easy or intuitive for CHBRP staff to edit

Desktop Design
Design of the CHBRP homepage
Design of the Other Publications landing page
Design of CHBRPs 60-Day Timeline

The outcome of this project is a modern, user-friendly, and accessible digital hub that provides public access to all CHBRP analyses and legislation that is examined. The new site is based on Drupal, a super flexible enterprise-grade and open-source Content Management System.

Key Highlights:

  • Simplified Information Architecture - We created a new information architecture for the new site, greatly improving navigation and findability of its content including the analyses archive and various other publications and resources
  • New Identity - Our work involved the development of a new CHBRP logo, the incorporation of California's official colors into the style guide, and the selection of captivating imagery that showcases the state's iconic landmarks and its official flower
  • Content Migration - We migrated all of the existing content from the old proprietary CMS to Drupal
  • WCAG AA Accessibility - We implemented keyboard accessibility, tested with screen readers, and scanned the site using Siteimprove in order to meet the accessibility requirements of the campus
Mobile Design
Mobile design of the CHBRP homepage
Mobile design of the 60-Day Timeline
Mobile design of the people landing page
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