Archive for the ‘Responsive Web Design’ Category
“A top task on an intranet is finding people. […] If you’re running an intranet you must excel at finding people.” This is what intranet guru Gerry McGovern says when speaking about what an intranet manager should focus on.
Filed under: Annual plans, Collaboration, Goals, Information architecture, Intranet idea, open source, Responsive Web Design, Search, staff directory, Vision | 2 Comments
Tags: employee db, phone book, staff directory
Are you, intranet manager, thinking about entering the mobile world by making an iOS app version of the intranet, with maybe five to ten often used tools and features? Then I beg you to reconsider, because in my opinion you do not take sufficient height for the future. Because pretty soon you need to be device agnostic.
Filed under: CSS3, Guiding principles, Intranet idea, Mobile strategy, Responsive Web Design, Vision | 1 Comment
Our updated intranet design went live in January. Here you can see 24 screen shots. Besides adjusting the masthead we also improved our news pages. The news pages on the intranet provide the employees with info about changes that affect the working day, they speak about what is important right now. In my blog post […]
Filed under: Collaboration, CSS3, Intranet idea, Mobile strategy, News, open source, Responsive Web Design, Vision | Leave a Comment
More than four months since the last post. But I’m alive!
Filed under: Assets, Blog, Collaboration, CSS3, Dashboard, Intranet idea, Masthead, Mobile strategy, News, Responsive Web Design, Wiki | 2 Comments
Do you want to be an exceptional Intranet Manager who accomplish wonderful things and deliver a world class intranet? Then one of the most important things you have to do is “conquer” all areas of expertise involved in the intranet.
Filed under: Assets, Governance, Responsive Web Design, The intranet manager | 3 Comments
Tags: The intranet manager
Did you just get the question from your senior manager about when all the employees can use the intranet on their smartphones and tablets? Do not panic. You can deliver sooner than you think. You just have to make a basic decision first.
Filed under: Assets, CSS3, Dashboard, Mobile strategy, Responsive Web Design | 5 Comments
Responsive web design – one of the hottest trends in 2012, according to .net magazine. But what is RWD? I would describe it as a way to achieve a device-agnostic web page, a page that works no matter what (modern) device you chose to use – computer, tablet, smartphone.
Filed under: Assets, CSS3, Dashboard, Masthead, Mobile strategy, Responsive Web Design | 7 Comments