The MEA website: well, what do you think of it so far?

March 1, 2013


This month's website question links in with our plans to update some parts of the MEA website – including the introduction of our on-line shop for literature, etc.

So in addition to giving us your opinions on how the website looks and works we want to know if you have any comments or suggestions that will help us to improve the site.

Is there anything missing?

Is the website easy to navigate and find what you want to know?

Is the layout attractive and easy to read?

Please let us know here or email us via ME Connect: meconnect@meassociation.org.uk

Thanks

2 thoughts on “The MEA website: well, what do you think of it so far?”

  1. i hope you wont change the appearance of the site. i find it very easy on the eye, colours, font size & shape etc,

    if i could make one suggestion it would be that quick links are in a different colour font or size or something to differentiate that section from the latest news section – when i’m fuzzy it all blends in a bit on the right hand side.

    I’d also love to see some of the MEA purple booklet available online eg the research section would be brill to be able to say to people ‘dont believe theres any biomedical evidence? look here” & give them a link, rather than having to wait to see them to give them a booklet which they then often dont read, whereas for some reason people tend to be more willing to have a quick glance at something online.

    otherwise big thumbs up to the MEA youre doing a brill job 🙂

  2. Invisible Woman

    I agree with Homegirl’s suggestions.

    I would also love to be able to access items from the magazine online, especially being able to search under a topic heading or drug name for example. I know there would be cost implications here.

    For a number of reasons some of us must avoid use of social networking websites such as Facebook so a forum on the MEA website would be brilliant. I know this is probably not terribly realistic and you would need moderators etc so I can understand why it probably couldn’t happen.

    Otherwise, thank you MEA. I used the info on this site and then as recommended sent away for the advice booklet on filling in the ESA form (previously on Incap. Benefit). I was put straight in the support group.

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