New identity and new website for the Restena Foundation


On Thursday, 6 February 2020, the Restena Foundation has unveiled its new identity and its new website, a necessary modernization at the dawn of its 20th anniversary.

As of the beginning of February 2020, both the visual identity and the website of the Restena Foundation have been updated. Mainly offering customised network and security services for Luxembourg's actors in research and education and managing the the .lu domain name registration infrastructure, the Restena Foundation has undergone a metamorphosis 20 years after the launch of its activities. 

Refreshing the identity

The design of the new Restena Foundation’s visual identity builds on its predecessors. Elements present in its identity since its creation, the globe and its 3 lines, have been reused, although refined and simplified with bright colours. 

The Restena Foundation has also added to its logo the baseline 'network, security, .lu' in reference to its main activities on network infrastructure, computer security and .lu management. From now on it is possible to get an overview of the main activities carried out by the 18 employees of the Restena Foundation through a simple glance.

A redesigned and modernised website 

In parallel with its new identity, the Restena Foundation has conceived the new version of its institutional website as a showcase of its expertise and know-how. restena.lu now includes information on all of its activities. In addition, the Restena Foundation has revamped both the structure and the content of its website around five main areas:  

  • its general presentation including its history, missions, ambitions, collaborations, etc.;
  • the presentation of its 3 main activities, in line with its new visual identity, namely network infrastructure, computer security, and .lu management;
  • a complete portfolio of its services, offered through its 3 main activities and completed by hosting and e-mail services;
  • a section dedicated to its current projects with the highlighting of its involvement in national and European collaborations;
  • a focus on its helpdesk, the main point of contact with its users.

Modernized, the now long-scrolling website leaves a wide space for design. It meets the current Internet navigation standards and is designed for the use on desktops as well as tablets and smartphones.