If your view of INMA.org appears strangely distorting, there’s no need for an eye checkup.

The web site has undergone a revamp of design and navigational architecture designed to get the 2,400+ INMA members to our premium content and streamline the web site experience.

The rollout of the new design began Sunday, April 18, and will continue in the days to come section-by-section.

Based on INMA member feedback, the home page design emphasises browse over search and is framed as the association’s priority content from the past week. The web site and home page are updated daily.

All content that previously existed at the web site continues to reside on the revamped site.

Phoenix-based Drawbackwards conducted the redesign and implemented the design.