In our eighth video, Joe argues that publishing content should be as pleasant as browsing content on a well designed intranet. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more.
We don’t just design and build intranets, we also run them.
We have a number of clients who rely on us for the day-to-day management of their intranet; this is not just technical work, but also content planning, publishing, and design.
This means that we have intranet managers and content editors who are not developers.
Just like our clients they need administration interfaces that make publishing information as easy and as fast as possible.
We involve these team members in every project to help us make better choices about how our intranets will be managed. We don’t want our clients to be in a situation where they need a developer every time they want to make a simple change.
This is especially important when an intranet has many content owners and contributors, often across many countries. Things need to be designed so that they’re not only efficient, but also intuitive, and require little or no training.
This is an important tip for anyone designing an intranet; when you think about your users, don’t forget about your administrators and your contributors.