Background: Adolescents' knowledge about reproductive health is not comprehensive—and most adolescents still consider it taboo to discuss reproductive health issues with their parents. Today's adolescents are included in Generation Z; they like to look for alternative sources of information, especially through electronic media, as their social life cannot be separated from electronic media. This condition is the basis for developing a website as an alternative media for promoting adolescent reproductive health.
Methods: This study combined qualitative and quantitative research methods with a type of R&D (Research and Development). To determine the feasibility of the reproductive health website, a validity test was carried out by 1 material expert, 1 media expert, a small group trial of 8 adolescents, and a large group trial of 384 adolescents of 15-18 years with an android mobile.
Results: The results of validation by the material expert with an average validation value of 81.04% (≥ 61%), the media expert with an average validation value of 82.70% (≥ 61%), a small group trial with an average validation value of 85.56% (≥ 61%), and a large group trial with an average validation value of 90.80% (≥ 61%). There are differences in knowledge before and after treatment; namely, reproductive health education was carried out (p=0.000).
Conclusion: Product feasibility based on these indicators makes the website one of the media alternatives for conducting adolescent reproductive health education.