Diabetes UK Rebranding

As you may be able to tell Diabetes UK has changed their logo and colour scheme. We will be updating the website over the next few weeks to match, but in the meantime, below is a quote from Diabetes UK if you are wondering why Diabetes UK have changed their branding.

Diabetes UK has launched a new brand to help improve awareness of diabetes, a condition which affects an estimated 3.7 million people in the UK, and to better reflect the charity’s dynamic approach to one of today’s biggest health challenges.

The distinctive new look, which rolls out across our website, publications and all other materials from today (1 February), will be fundamental in raising our profile as the largest organisation in the UK working for people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, their families, friends and carers, and those at risk of developing the condition. It will also help us better connect with the healthcare professionals who interact with those affected by diabetes.

The new brand design reflects our strategic priorities and includes a new strap line, “Care. Connect. Campaign.”, which highlights three of the key aspects of our work.

To read the rest of this article, please visit Diabetes UK’s website

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Natalie is the group's webmaster, looking after the main website, as well as our Facebook page. Her Mum and Dad both have diabetes so she has some experience of the disease. Her hobbies include photography, music and computing. She is currently studying towards a BSc Computing (hons).