As you may have noticed, we've redesigned our website. The goal is simple: Make what matters most to you easily accessible, when you want it, wherever you are.
If you've ever struggled to read microscopic web content on a smartphone or cursed as you've tried to glimpse portions of a webpage cut off by a small screen on a mobile device―forcing you to scroll up, down, and sideways―you are aware of the problems associated with viewing conventional websites on anything other than a regular desktop monitor. Our creative and tech teams have spent months tinkering behind the digital curtain to make AIR's website fully responsive, so you can view and interact with it properly from any device.
More people than ever before are using mobile devices to access the Internet, and our website. Responsive websites adjust to the user's behavior and environment based on their device's screen size, platform, and orientation, adapting text and images for optimal display.
No matter what device you use, you will get an enhanced experience when you visit the new site.
While rebuilding, we took full advantage of the opportunity to create streamlined content and a whole new architecture based on user experience testing; Information is easier to find and more engaging so you will want to come back again and again. We're delivering dynamic content on all of our pages and providing simplified access to a greater range of resources.
Please explore and enjoy the new AIR website. (For the best user experience, please update your browser to the latest version.) Be sure to register for an account (if eligible, make sure you have a client account), and, if you haven't already, sign up for our publications.
Our In Focus blog is rapidly approaching its two-year anniversary and 200th post. Thanks to the new website, it is now even easier to enjoy it anytime, anywhere, on any device. You'll no longer need a magnifying glass to see AIR's great web content on your smartphone!
Let us know what you think of the new website by clicking the "Provide Comment" button.