MIMH website gets facelift

by | Apr 14, 2015

“The revitalized website was strategically designed from the ground up to highlight the extraordinary work conducted ... at MIMH,” says Rob Paul, director of the institute.
The Missouri Institute of Mental Health at UMSL launched its new website April 3.

The Missouri Institute of Mental Health at UMSL launched its new website April 3.

Crisp lines and a two-tone, deep red and white color scheme make up the new look of the Missouri Institute of Mental Health’s website. The red is also the trademark color of the University of Missouri–St. Louis, which oversees MIMH through its Office of Research Administration.

The updated version went live April 3 and was constructed by Enliven, a St. Louis-based software company.

“The revitalized website was strategically designed from the ground up to highlight the extraordinary work conducted by our team of investigators and staff at MIMH,” says Rob Paul, director of the institute and professor of psychology at UMSL. “Specifically, our goal was to emphasize our ‘science to service’ model, exemplified by the four main clusters of investigators at MIMH focused on innovative basic science research, professional evaluation of science-driven program outcomes, professional training and community outreach.”

Those four branches make up the main tiles on the new homepage. Besides its basic functionality, Paul also sees the website making a statement.

“Collectively, our investigators work collaboratively to improve lives through the promotion of mental health, and the new website is a key vehicle to communicate our passion for the important work conducted at MIMH toward achieving this vision.”

Visit mimh.edu to see for yourself.

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