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Intranet portal solutions die, evolve & move to Intranet 2.0
The enterprise portal solution market continues to consolidate while the big name vendors like IBM, Oracle, and Microsoft focus their R&D and marketing on Web 2.0.
Located in Articles, Blogs, Media / Intranet Articles
Social software that powers Intranet 2.0
By Toby Ward − “Looking for greater flexibility and support for more ad hoc processes, employees have responded with a more bottom-up approach, in some cases circumventing official information systems,” said CMS Watch Founder Tony Byrne and contributing analyst Jarod Gingras, the principal authors of The Enterprise Social Software Report 2008.
Located in Articles, Blogs, Media / Intranet Articles
Intranet planning: An intranet model for success
by Toby Ward - The process of planning an intranet, and the role of executive management and end users in developing the plan, determines the potential success of an intranet.
Located in Articles, Blogs, Media / Intranet Articles
Enterprise intranet predictions for 2008
Predictions and trends for enterprise intranets in 2008 include further consolidation of the portal market, increased competition from new web 2.0 vendors, and a simpler home page for the enterprise portal or home page.
Located in Articles, Blogs, Media / Intranet Articles
Fixing the Search Engine
by Toby Ward — “The search engine sucks!” is one of the most common complaints I come across. Naturally, most organizations immediately blame the search engine. They should point the finger at themselves.
Located in Articles, Blogs, Media / Intranet Search
Information Architecture – The Science of Site Layout
Can't find what you need? This is a classic symptom of a faulty intranet information architecture. Fixing this problem varies from organization to organization, but always involves using simple vocabulary, showing the "big picture", being clear, and picking the right design for your information architecture. The end result is better navigation and usability, and a significant improvement in how quickly users can access the information they need.
Located in Articles, Blogs, Media / Strategic Design
Design II: Structure comes before design
Every building starts with a blueprint, an architect’s vision of the structure. The blueprint organizes space to ensure that its purpose is met – the number of rooms and bathrooms are all taken into account along with doorways, windows, hallways and electrical outlets. Without the blueprint, critical items would get missed or may not fit, and the integrity of the building would be compromised.
Located in Articles, Blogs, Media / Strategic Design
Chill out Jakob Nielsen
by Toby Ward — Recent musings by usability guru Jakob Nielsen underscore an over-zealous approach to web usability (that deserves context).
Located in Articles, Blogs, Media / Usability
Intranet Design
Prescient’s design goal for our clients is to create a strong, dynamic, visual identity while reflecting the company brand and style guidelines.
Located in Our Solutions