Tag: user experience

Celebrating our User Conference Success

Salma Bryant

Last week we held our tenth User Conference in Reading. As well as getting our community of intranet users together to network, learn and share knowledge on all things intranet, it’s also a lot of fun. We kicked off our two day event with a really insightful presentation from our key note speaker, intranet expert [...]

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Is your intranet future proof?

Lauren Parker

When I meet with organisations, I tend to find that for a lot of companies, their decision to invest in an intranet is something of a knee jerk reaction. Their biggest concern is addressing their existing business issues. This could be anything from changing working practices to communicate company news right through to locating documentation [...]

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One size doesn’t fit all

Martyn Green

I’ve been working with two different organisations to guide them through their requirements gathering process. Although their requirements were very different, the intranet features they have used to deliver their needs are similar. When it comes to working on design, I always take the viewpoint that one size definitely does not fit all and every [...]

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An intranet design staff can relate to

Jeremy Stewart

When it comes to introducing an intranet, it can take staff a little time to adapt to accessing information in a different way. One of the ways some of our clients have got round this is by designing their intranet to replicate an environment they’re already familiar with. One client wanted something visually eye catching [...]

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How does Windows 8 influence intranet design?

Martyn Green

When a client told me they wanted their site to be designed in the format of Windows 8, I found myself faced with a fresh challenge. I thought I’d give my observations on working with this type of layout and how this design can affect the way your site is structured. From a visual perspective, [...]

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