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The National Women’s Health Network Unveils New Brand Identity and Updated Website

Publication Date: March 19, 2024

By: NWHN Staff

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The NWHN unveiled its new brand identity this week in conjunction with an updated website.  
“The NWHN just like the country and the women’s movement at large, has experienced a metamorphosis over the past 49 years,” said Denise Hyater-Lindenmuth, the NWHN’s Executive Director and the initiator of the project. “We want the branding to reflect that. We are especially excited about the new logo. The image represents our clear growth, our necessary change, and our unbending strength. And it gets away from the previous logo’s reductive representation of women – a literal female torso.” 
The three petals of the flower represent our three focus areas: sexual & reproductive health, maternal health, and aging women. We’ve also blended some of our legacy colors with new shades, and the overall effect is a modern, more inclusive design that can easily be read near and far.  

This logo, color palette, and other design elements are front and center on the Network’s updated website, which boasts new features like:  

  • Easier, faster access to women’s health information via the Resources page  
  • An interactive timeline highlighting the Network’s long history fighting for women’s health  
  • Cutting edge accessibility features such as color-blind friendly mode and customizable screen viewing 

“We designed this website with the user experience top of mind,” said Carter Ringo, the Network’s Multimedia Communications Lead and one of the lead designers on the project. “Now the general public, health experts, reporters, policy folks, and our allies can find the information they are looking for in seconds.”  

Visit the new website at  

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