Designers’ gift to health of Kent community

Designers’ gift to health of Kent community

A Christmas present that will last all year round has been given to the county in the form of a new website about brain injury.

Innovative design agency ifour created the interactive site for Kent Brain Injury Forum to provide information to those affected, along with their family and friends, carers and professionals in the field of neuro rehabilitation.

Often misunderstood, brain injury – a more preferable term to brain damage because of the brain’s tremendous powers of recovery – can be caused by any trauma to the head. Levels of severity will vary, with every recovery process unique at what can be a scary and confusing time, for this reason the website offers an extra way for members of the public to connect with Kent Brain Injury Forum.

Graeme Hall of Tunbridge Wells-based ifour explained: “We wanted to give something back to the community this Christmas, and designing a website for Kent Brain Injury Forum seemed the perfect way to utilise our brand creation skills for the benefit of a very important part of the community.”

Combining the themes of Help, Support and Inform, the website highlights the vital work provided by the Kent and Medway Forum.

As well as the website, ifour created the entire brand for Kent Brain Injury Forum and produced a video to promote the group’s work. The film, featuring Chloe Cook talking about her experiences of living with a brain injury, can be seen on the new site.

Tanesh Bhugobaun, Chair of Kent Brain Injury Forum said: “We are delighted with this Christmas present from ifour. It makes us more accessible to those with brain injury and their families. The website is a tremendous help to show people they are not alone and ensure they get the best possible support during their recovery and into the future.”

See to view the website. For more information about ifour visit or call 01892 541111.