The new Road Safety GB brand and website have been greeted with a resounding ‘thumbs up’ from members and non-members alike.
Nick Rawlings, Road Safety GB newsfeed editor, says: “I’m delighted to say that we’ve had a significant number of very complimentary emails – and not one adverse comment.
“What’s more, there have been no real teething problems, which is remarkable when re-launching a website of this size. All in all we’re delighted with the way things have gone and how positive everyone has been.”
Vice-Chair Tim Philpot adds: “The new website and branding are central to Road Safety GB’s renewal as the authoritative voice of road safety. Their flawless implementation are testament to a lot of hard work behind the scenes, and it is good to see such positive reaction across the board."
Here are some of the comments we’ve received:-
“The new site is excellent. Very professional, easy to use, with added features. I particularly like the free use of photos which will no doubt come in handy when we’re looking for an image.”
“I think the new website looks very good…. haven’t had a chance to dig around it as yet but so far very impressive.”
Tim Draper MIRSO
Leeds City Council
“The new website looks really great – well laid out and easy to read. I’m sure with the re-branding we will be in a better position to meet new challenges in the coming years.”
Milton Keynes Council
“Great to see the new website, I found it refreshing to see a crisp clear page.”
Hull City Council
“Web site looks impressive. Really lively, fresh and up to date.”
Cheshire East Council
“This new website is looking very fresh, uncluttered and up to date. I think it is a really big step forward in bringing in our partners in the emergency services and other agencies as Road Safety GB emerges as the voice of British road safety.”
Cambridgeshire County Council
“I think the new website is excellent and the new name of the organisation is a positive move, enhancing the profile of the topic and the organisation.”
Dr Mike Hayes
Head of Research and Development, Child Accident Prevention Trust