Inspired by the simplity of implementing a menu of options that completes the sentence ‘I need to…’, we worked in partnership with our client to introduce this simple and intuitive tool to their intranet architecture as part of their wider internal communications strategy.
Navigation is of utmost importance to your site: visitors expect to achieve their goals in very few clicks, whether those goals relate to contact information, products, or services. We look at three of the most interesting examples of innovative site navigation.
SharePoint 2010 looks to be the biggest update in the Microsoft Office family this year. But what are the major changes to SharePoint, and how will this affect your intranet?
It’s not enough for a website to simply look good. It’s not even enough to have a good product. If a user can’t find their way to that product, the best images in the world won’t help your sales. As… read more
The results of a survey of the cost of workers using social networking sites have been published, putting the figure at £1.34bn. But is social media really such a drain on the UK business economy?
We noticed a decreased level of participation in social media features on our intranets, given the shaky economic climate, so we asked the client to get management on board and help break the ice.
High quality stock images are available at bargain rates from agencies, and there’s a huge variety to choose from. However, navigating round the different licence types can be somewhat confusing. It can be devastating to your business if someone finds you using their image outside the terms of its licence!
Do automated blogging and content management solutions hold the power to upset the industry of web design and development?