There are a range of practical ways to help content authors produce better intranet pages.
Archives for content
Intranets filled with ‘blah blah’ landing pages can make it impossible for staff to find what they need.
The fundamental goal of developing a new structure for an intranet is to produce something that works well for staff. As discussed in the earlier…
When designing and structuring intranets, it is useful to distinguish between core content, and business-unit specific information.
Intranet teams can never maintain a whole site themselves, and empowered authors will do much to deliver great content.
The typical corporate intranet will consist of a mix of HTML-based web pages and a variety of PDF-based content available for download. PDFs can be…
The different uses for PDFs and web-based content on intranets is a common source of confusion.
Intranets can grow to be thousands, tens of thousands or millions of pages in size. With content as far as the eye can see, the…
There are five fundamental publishing models for an intranet, and each has strengths and weaknesses.
Too many approaches to improving intranet content are destined for heroic failure.