University of Michigan, School of Public Health, Landmark Spirituality and Health Survey

May 8, 2014

Neal Krause, a professor in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education at the University of Michigan, engaged us to build a website to house and promote his Landmark Spirituality and Health Survey. It may be fair to say that this survey is the culmination of Neal’s life work.

Neal’s survey aims to answer perhaps one of the biggest questions of humankind; what is the impact of religion on human health?

Working with Neal, we built a website to present the survey, along with everything it entails. The site works to inform the public about the survey, while engaging academia/researchers to submit ideas and analysis for using the data from the survey. Once the survey is complete, the site will function as a single resource to interact and engage with the data and the various research/works it inspires.

We’ve succeeded in building excitement and anticipation for the survey, and have established a platform that will grow as results are tabulated and research is conducted.