Redesigning with Readers in Mind
New Look Mirrors Online
This issue of SAMHSA News launches our new print redesign. In updating the newsletter, our designers had two goals:
- Create a user friendly design that’s both informative and readable.
- Encourage you, our subscribers, to use SAMHSA News online for additional articles, resources, and extended story lines.
New features include:
Know It’s SAMHSA. The new masthead highlights SAMHSA’s brand and echoes SAMHSA News online.
Read More. The typefaces were chosen for clarity, readability, and to be easier on your eyes.
Follow the Mouse. You’ll find end-of-article “cues” to direct you to online resources, additional features, and more, on the SAMHSA News home page.
As always, SAMHSA News provides highlights of SAMHSA’s priority programs, such as suicide prevention and services for returning veterans as well as snapshots of how current grantees are meeting challenges in the field.
In addition, you’ll find ordering information for new publications and products including the latest findings from SAMHSA’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health and other Agency data sets.
We appreciate your feedback! See the January/February 2009 issue in PDF format. Please send us an email online using the “feedback” button in the right-hand column on our current issue’s home page.
We hope our new bells and whistles will help you connect to additional information available on SAMHSA News online.