Cultur-e joins the Arsenalia Group. A constantly evolving ecosystem of skills

Creating a constantly evolving integrated ecosystem whose strength results from its complementary skills. With this objective Cultur-e – together with Oblics and...

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The Director General of INAIL entrusted Cultur-e with a delicate task: reviewing the editorial project and  User Experience for its new portal.


Mediating Amongst Internal Positions to Complete a Project

At the end of 2014, the project for the restyling of the National Institute for Insurance on Work Accidents was stalled. The work groups involved in the project had different needs and could not reach a compromise.

INAIL top management required an impartial consultant to mediate amongst the internal positions and overcome the issues stalling the completion of the project, which was part of a greater strategic plan for 2014-16 to make the portal the main on-line hub for work safety.

Editorial Project, Design and User Experience, Development Support

A long experience with complex and heterogeneous worktables, the ability to moderate between IT technicians and communications managers, and skills matured over years of editorial projects and user experience make Cultur-e an efficient mediator, capable of reaching a common solution. We collaborated with the group working on the restyling to develop graphic elements, a navigation model and the information hierarchy, guided by a sole priority: the needs of citizens.

2014 – 2015: Editorial project, Revision of Design and User Experience, development support for the new Internet portal; production of a web identity manual with guidelines to harmonise all on-line INAIL services and sites.

January 2016: The New INAIL Portal On-line

The new INAIL portal was published in January 2016. It was the result of the contributions and approval of everyone working on the project.


A new Inail portal for the public

How should the the Istituto Nazionale per l’Assicurazione contro gli Infortuni sul Lavoro website look like? That was the question on which the restyling project was...

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