In his Intranet Team 2017 presentation John Scott examines why intranet video has had a tough time catching on compared to web video. He explains why it’s all about to change and gives you tips and advice on how you can start to use video on your intranet.
Just as many organisations are investigating Office 365 Video, Microsoft releases their new video platform called ‘Stream’.
Dan explores the people elements of intranet governance – going beyond the processes and procedures and into analytics and engagement.
Joe explains that we always think about content publishing and intranet management as well as the ‘end-user’ experience. Content owners and intranet managers are so important to the success of your intranet.
The information architecture, how people navigate through the structure of your intranet, and how topics relate to one another, can make or break the usability of your intranet. By involving end-users in group and individual exercises you can discover what will work for people, and so meet users’ expectations with more intuitive navigation menus.
Your intranet can become bloated; up-to-date material can be difficult to find, and the search engine becomes clogged with results from last year. You need to cut the rot from your content.
There are ‘quick fixes’ for your intranet that nobody need approve – you can just get on with these easy improvements in about an hour.
Text will always be crucial to your intranet, but here are six different approaches to communicating through figures, movement, colour and glyphs by way of interactive infographics.
We send out a lot of newsletters for clients, as well as our own newsletter. There’s a lot to think about for each one – how many articles, what images to use, what’s on the banner – but the most important part of every newsletter is literally one of the smallest.
One of the hardest things to get right with online content is tone. A lot of content – both on intranets and the internet – is written in a formal ‘company’ voice, thick with information and respectability. But should we let the court jester write our websites?