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The New Look of HRSA.GOV

HRSA.gov gives you better search, navigation, and information displays – with mobile users in mind. Any device, any time. As we continue to improve the site, we are aiming for faster and better access to agency content, with a larger search box and smarter keyword matching.

HRSA.gov responsive site displayed on a variety of devices.

HRSA.gov is a mobile-first, responsive website to help you find info fast.

Why do we update HRSA.gov?

We know you’re busy, so everything we do is based on solid analytics, market research and user surveys to give you just what you need. Time-tested best practices are built into the design to streamline public access. And we’re not happy to just stand still. The re-design is fluid and on-going to make everything more user-friendly for our consumers.

What is mobile-first design?

Our site responds automatically to your screen size to make content more readable on your personal device. Better yet, it pulls up content organized to give you what you want first.

Image 1Mobile and tablet displays of the HRSA.gov responsive homepage

HRSA.gov adapts design and delivery of content based on a device's screen size.

Get a better user experience

Home pages for each section of the site are set up by "tile card" to get you where you want to go, fast. The tile navigation is clear and intuitive – and we are combing through our entire body of content to make it more concise, easier to read and relevant to "the needs of now."

What’s next?

The guiding site design philosophy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says it best: "We didn't design the site to be perfect. We designed it to be perfected." Expect change; expect improvement.

Date Last Reviewed:  February 2019