Share required information for everyone to see with our Pocket Information Display Board. Designed to suit any department or ward the information can be changed when required with the use of either colourful or clear pockets - available in A5, A4 and A3. The board can be personalised to your own requirements and can have extra elements added to it such as leaflet dispensers and a comments box.
The Paediatric team at St Helier had a vision for a protoboard with a child-friendly theme to fit within the unit. Complete with the trust’s logo at the top of the board and the unit’s values across the bottom, this board can hold up to 56 staff photographs behind a lockable door, keeping them safe. Our design team came up with the cheeky money theme as a perfect background running behind the staff photographs.
Our design team enjoyed the challenge on this amazing hair restoration theatre swab board. Incorporating colours from the Clinic’s logo, each section stands out separately from the rest, making them easy to follow.
The brief from the wonderful team at Royal Free requested a set of blank boards where they could ‘shout out’ and celebrate any staff achievements across the specific wards. The boards were designed incorporating the trusts values, with co-ordinating background shading to brighten up the wards. The colours along with the illustration at the bottom makes the board stand out, grabbing people’s attention – perfect for showcasing staff achievements!
This dual language board was designed for GIG Cymru (NHS Wales)
to aid communication between staff, patients and visitors. Splitting the board into sections, we used the trust’s colours to brighten up the board, ensuring each part was clear and easy to read. We added small illustrations to the nurse staffing section to make the information easy to take in at a glance.
This welcome to the ward information board was created to incorporate several topics to ensure the board as informative a possible not only for busy staff but also for visitors and patients too. This board was specifically designed with bright colours to create an aesthetically pleasing visual, brightening up the ward while ensuring that information is easy to locate and read.