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The Private Health Insurance Administration Council required a new site that provided different streams of information for their key audience groups and easy access to relevant statistics. Reading Room’s site design and information architecture provide a clear distinction for users from both industry and consumer sectors seeking information about Private Health Insurance in Australia. Relevant data and statistics are highlighted throughout the site enabling users to find information relevant to them. The open source platform and cloud hosting offers a flexible widely supported platform to deliver future growth.
Reading Room worked closely with the IT and Marketing teams at the ACMA to present a fantastic new Intranet developed in Sitecore. The website sports many integration points such as Microsoft Lynx, Microsoft SharePoint and Social Media. The site features personalisation, staff polls, a chairman’s blog , "my favourites", most popular and most recent documents as well as "I want to" shortcuts.
IP Australia needed a way to ensure that their new site reached as wide an audience as possible. A fully responsive site that meets the needs of users on mobiles, tablets and PCs was delivered offering flexibility of managing content in a single location was delivered by Reading Room.
The new QGC corporate website features a dynamic design and user-friendly interface designed to enhance the client’s existing brand image. The site also features a number clever widgets such as the ‘Get the Facts’ roll down header which reveals links to helpful information. Following the launch in August, the site received over 25000 visitors in a month. Approximately a quarter of this traffic was channelled directly to the ‘Working with us’ page which, fulfilling the client’s objective to drive recruitment.
Reading Room developed brand new designs for Translink’s GoCard ticketing system website. The new designs focus on improving usability and now also come in mobile-optimised form. These interface upgrades make it easier and more efficient for Queensland public transport users to buy, register and top up their GoCards from a variety of devices while on the go.
Reading Room are very excited to launch the latest iteration of the new Grains Research and Development Corporation website. Following from our recent smartphone application development with GRDC, the new website continues the corporation’s move to harness cutting edge technology to engage with rural audiences and increase the value of their content and data.
Reading Room recently conducted a review for AusAID’s Volunteering Portal. Drawing on findings from activities such as traffic analysis, user testing, and SEO/content audits, Reading Room produced a series of actionable recommendations to help the site better reach and engage with its target audience. Look out for a new and improved site in the near future!
Reading Room worked with ASIC to deliver a brand new e-commerce system within three months to meet new legislative requirements. The new website allows insolvency practitioners to create accounts, create and pay for insolvency notices and then publish them for public consumption. The website is a great example of improving government services through efficient and intuitive digital tools.
Reading Room recently launched the new ASADA Intranet, which aims to streamline internal processes and highlight relevant information for staff. The intranet features a dynamic, customisable homepage that pulls in a rage of news, blogs, staff notices, events and also allows users to create personalised lists of frequently used forms and guidelines, shifting it away from an ‘organisational model’ to a ‘service’ based portal.