Small design decisions have a big impact when creating online forms.
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It should not be automatically assumed that the one CMS will ideally serve both the intranet and website.
The ‘three clicks rule’ is perhaps the most widely known web design principle, but it’s a myth.
Getting the right visual designer for your intranet or website project is critical.
Metadata is a topic that almost invariably comes up when creating or refreshing a website or intranet. While basic metadata is routinely captured by most…
While basic metadata is routinely captured by most publishing tools, there is still widespread confusion about its uses and limits.
There is a lot of work involved in redeveloping and relaunching an intranet or website. The project management challenges start early, and it is easy to overlook the time (and effort) needed to migrate the content from the old to the new site. Yet, for its lack of visibility, content migration is often the single biggest activity in a web redevelopment. Certainly it is the least interesting, and unfortunately unavoidable. This article explores a number of options for the migrating content, and provides some practical suggestions that should help it to go smoothly. Redeveloping a site Two factors often drive
Explores the options for migrating content as part of a site redesign, giving tips and suggestions.
Implementing a new website or intranet is a unique opportunity to work with new functionality and ideas and push the bounds of what the site will do. When a new underlying platform is being implemented, such as a content management system or portal, the scope for rethinking the site can be increased further. Yet, despite all of this opportunity for change, the simple rule of thumb is that the new site will be at best 20% different from the current site. There are fundamental reasons for this, which will be explored in this briefing. The implications of the rule for
A simple rule of thumb when planning a site redesign is that the new site will be no more than 20% different from the current…