It should not be automatically assumed that the one CMS will ideally serve both the intranet and website.
Article category: websites
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.
While basic metadata is routinely captured by most publishing tools, there is still widespread confusion about its uses and limits.
Explores the options for migrating content as part of a site redesign, giving tips and suggestions.
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 site.
The industry is finally accepting responsibility for providing accessible websites and intranets. Yet, a great deal of misunderstanding continues to surround the subject of accessibility.
There is a worrying trend emerging in the field of information architecture: organisations are attempting to finalise site structures without evaluating their effectiveness in the context of a web page.
Creating personas is an effective way to understand the needs of your users, priortise features and functionality, and direct the design of your intranet or website.
Beyond using HTML, intranets and websites have very little in common.
Why spend millions on managing content that no-one understands or needs? This article provides tips for getting the best value out of your business content.