We’ve provided actionable steps and checklists to help you evaluate and make design and content changes to your COVID-19 vaccine websites and mobile apps. Within this toolkit, you’ll find:
> Audit checklist to evaluate your digital tools
> Vaccine information website template for desktop and mobile (see demo below)
> A step-by-step implementation guide to launch your website
> Templates for print and web materials
> Sample messaging for diverse audiences
> And more!
The Health Equity Framework (HEF) is a practical tool that reflects on COVID-19 digital communication tools and supports a shift toward addressing health inequities resulting from the interplay of structural, relational, individual, and physiological factors. The framework presented in this toolkit shares examples of best practices to reach all communities, including those marginalized in access to COVID-19 vaccines, such as elderly and aging populations, black and brown communities, people with disabilities, and rural or hard-to-reach areas.
We’ve taken important topics — such as vaccination acceptance and hesitancy, intergroup relations, crisis communications, and transcreation for bilingual speakers — and highlighted the most important points and recommendations to simplify your decision-making process. We’ve also provided examples of data collection, visualization, and reporting to help your team organize knowledge for clearer communications.
U.S. Digital Response is partnering with governments and nonprofits across the country to address needs related to the COVID-19 crisis, including vaccine preparedness and communications.
If you are a government or nonprofit seeking assistance with your communications strategies or COVID response efforts, tap the button below to fill out our intake form to get in touch within 24 hours.