This page will collect all existing OpenMRS brand and website documentation.
Goal is to collect both all materials that are both in use, as well as material that was part of prototyping, brainstorming, and development over the years that has not yet made it into production.
Past brainstorming & Conversation
Past website redesign work
- Aug 2019 - Website Redesign Google Document
- 2019 0 Talk Thread: GSoD 2019 : Review and Refactoring our Information Architecture for OpenMRS
- 2019 User persona draft - Google document
- 2019 Wiki user personas draft - Google document
- 2019 Curious user persona - slide
Existing Brand Resources
Formats of brand name
Logos (color monotone / small large) / Typography / Colors
Historical logos (evolution of logo / brand over the years)
Social Media Resources
Previously produced marketing materials
Donar solicitations content
Conference materials (ID badges, programs)
Historical brand research & metrics
Historical Brand Research
Any documents related to how OpenMRS is perceived by its community, partners, donors, clinicians, etc.
How do people interact with the OpenMRS brand? Who interacts with it? How? In what format? When?
What are the major groups of people who interact with the OpenMRS brand?
Metrics of past advertising campaigns
Metrics of most visited parts of OpenMRS website
Metrics of highest interactivity on social media, broken down by platform and content type
Talk post activity
Index of media that we own copyright to
Video: produced content
Index of OpenMRS story & impact
Impact of OpenMRS
Existing stories of OpenMRS through OpenMRS produced content
Existing stories of OpenMRS from 3rd party content
Historical content distribution channels
Other brands to look at in
Electronic medical records
Health information exchange
3rd party plugins
OMRS Wiki (largest repository )
Others done by community members on platforms such as Youtube
OpenMRS Documentation Project Resources
Documentation Profiles (2016)
- Curious: interested in OpenMRS and want to learn more or interested in potentially supporting the project in the future
- User: working in a health setting that is already using OpenMRS or you believe might benefit from it. Clinicians, researchers, community health workers should start here.
- Implementer: supporting the installation, customization, and maintenance of OpenMRS Reference Application within a health care setting.
- Developer: interested in building on top of the OpenMRS platform, via writing source code or modules, or want to integrate with OpenMRS? Start here.
- Testers: people interested in testing OpenMRS.
- Subject Matter Experts: people who are interested in helping with documentation or new translations should start here.