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New Radiology Cafe website live

It’s taken a few painstaking months to re-build and its been a steep learning curve, but Radiology Cafe now has a completely new design and structure.

Lets go over some of the improvements.

Mobile friendly

Radiology Café is now fully responsive.  What does this mean?  It means the website will adapt and display well on all screen sizes, from the smallest mobile, to the iPad, to the lastest high-definition desktop screens.  The top menu will now automatically collapse to a simple button for easy access on mobiles and small tablets.

Radiology Cafe website as viewed on different devices
Radiology Cafe website as viewed on different devices

New design

In 2011 the website had a very dark appearance and was very compact.  I liked this design, however there were a few major flaws.  The white text on a dark background made printing any pages a nightmare and sometimes the pages looked very cluttered.  The new design is much cleaner and easier to read.

The website in 2011-2014

Radiology Cafe website homepage in 2011
Radiology Cafe website homepage in 2011

The website in 2015

Radiology Cafe website homepage in 2015
Radiology Cafe website homepage in 2015

New content

The radiology interview and application advice pages have been updated and re-designed with new content and links.  Other sections of the website are still under construction, but over the next few months there will be new articles such as ‘a day in the life of a radiology trainee’, giving students and junior doctors a taste of life as a radiology registrar (SpR).  The medical student section will be updated with useful links and chest radiograph mock exam cases.  The SpR trainees section will have a large update in the coming months including mock FRCR anatomy exams and many examples of normal anatomical variants.

We would love your feedback on the new update!

Please get in touch via the contact us page.

Look forward to hearing from you!


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