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PHR Toolkits

PHR Toolkits was developed as an online home for Physicians for Human Rights’ resources, collected into “toolkits”. These toolkits include vital advocacy information available for online viewing, printing, and downloading. I modeled much of the visual and functional design after Wikipedia and similar sites.

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http://phrtoolkits.org
Full View
Home Page
Toolkit Page
Toolkit Page 2
Toolkit Page Footer
Printable Page (top)
Printable Page (bottom)
Dropdown Menu

PHRtoolkits.org

Full View

PHR Toolkits is a wiki-style site, developed to support multi-page, printable documents, as well as downloadable files and resources.

PHRtoolkits.org

Home Page

The home page displays the most recent toolkits, downloads, links, and various categories and taxonomies.

PHRtoolkits.org

Toolkit Page

The toolkit pages are Wordpress "custom post types". Each toolkit has its own custom navigation. Readers can navigate using the sidebar menu, by moving forward and backward using the links above the main content, or using the "breadcrumb trail".

PHRtoolkits.org

Toolkit Page 2

Each page contains a Wikipedia-style menu at the top for navigating the various sections within the page.

PHRtoolkits.org

Toolkit Page Footer

Below the main content of the page are more navigation options, as well as the page meta, which displays the page's tags and categories, which are actually custom taxonomies.

PHRtoolkits.org

Printable Page (top)

The site CSS includes custom print styles, which transforms the page into a simplified, elegant, minimalist version.

PHRtoolkits.org

Printable Page (bottom)

While simplified, the printable pages still display the page meta.

PHRtoolkits.org

Dropdown Menu

The site's primary navigation menu is built entirely with CSS—no images, and no javascript.