HFA has a new website

Over the past 12 months the HFA team, together with our website developer, Heartburst, have been hard at work designing and building a brand-new website for haemophilia.org.au. This has been no small undertaking! With thousands of pages worth of content to be moved and re-organised, you can imagine the work involved.

We have big plans for our website moving forward, and this project to modernise it was only the first step. In the meantime, you can still find all of the same great content, just in beautiful new packaging.

Improved navigation – we’ve split up the navigation into two levels to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for. We’ve highlighted our content on ‘Living with a bleeding disorder’ and updated the ‘Publications’ area to become ‘Resources’.

Accessibility – we’ve added a new Accessibility Toolbar. Click the little red person button to the left of the screen to access it. You can use this tool to easily change font size, colours, and more.

Find a Resource – this is a new section of the website, enabling you to filter our News items, National Haemophilia articles and Personal Stories by topic. Please note it’s still under development – we will be adding all of our educational resources soon!

At the moment we’re going through and fixing any minor bugs and ensuring everything has come across smoothly in the changeover. Next on the list is to beef up the new Find a Resource section to make it easy for you to find all of HFA’s educational articles, booklets, fact sheets and more. We’re also updating the Personal Stories section to include all of the stories that have been shared to HFA’s youth site, Factored In.

If you notice something on the site isn’t working, or an old link you have bookmarked is now loading a ‘404 Error’ page, please let us know at hfaust@haemophilia.org.au.

Thank you for your patience while we upgrade the website. If you have any questions, thoughts, or would like to provide feedback, please email us on hfaust@haemophilia.org.au.

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