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Babel UX EnAire. Plane flying over a clear sky
UX-ENAIRE

Promoting the image of ENAIRE externally and internally

Conceptualisation, design and construction of the public web channel and the employee collaboration portal.

  • RESEARCH
  • WORKSHOPS
  • INTERVIEWS
  • FOCUS
  • BENCHMARK
  • IDEATION
  • WIREFRAMING
  • DATA DRIVEN
  • DIGITAL ANALYTICS
  • UI DESIGN
  • FRONTEND
  • BEMIT
  • SASS
  • WCAG ACCESSIBILITY
  • CHANGE MANAGEMENT
  • COLLABORATION INTRANET
  • COMMUNICATION

Research y Design Thinking

+30 interviews, 10 Focus group

3,000 employees

that make your way of working more productive
BACKGROUND

Changing the rules of the game involves a new position

More information
Enaire
www.enaire.es

ENAIRE is the top air navigation and aeronautical information service provider in Spain and the fourth in Europe. As a public business entity reporting to the Ministry of Development, it manages air traffic for over 2 million flights per year, and transports more than 250 million people each year, facilitating mobility and enabling the global connection of people, making an essential active contribution to the evolution of air transport and to economic development as a tourism-promotion element.

In 2014, air navigation and airport activities were segregated into two new brands, ENAIRE and Aena, respectively, due to the challenges posed by the construction of the Single European Sky at regulatory level and the provision of air navigation services. In addition to this were the competition liberalisation processes, which meant that ENAIRE had to become an international air navigation service operator on both a European and global level.

Babel UX EnAire. ENAIRE application screens on mobile devices
RESULTS

Find out about the result

  1. 01

    Since 2017

    Helping build a responsible world

  2. 02

    Modern and innovative image

    We have helped change the perception of Brand Image

  3. 03

    3,000 employees

    Working more productively and efficiently

  4. 04

    Efficiency and collaboration

    At the heart of its internal transformation