No this isn’t about obesity, it is about a key aspect to the Judge Group’s intranet redesign. At a recent J. Boye Boston Intranet group meeting Dan Lewis, Intranet Manager for the Judge Group, spoke about his intranet redesign. Dan chose a “search first” design approach but he knew some users would need navigation aides […]
Most digital projects focus on converting site visitors to customers, providing citizens with information, extending business processes to employees or collaborating with partners. Unfortunately employees are struggling behind the scenes with Web content management systems that are generally difficult to use and frustrating to create content in, cumbersome to administrate and far from easy to […]
A common goal for most intranet managers in our communities of practice is to improve the usability of their intranets in 2010. Much has been written and said on the topic of intranet usability, but interestingly at a couple of recent intranet group meetings, several intranet managers pleaded guilty to expecting everyone else to just […]
Facebook recently redesigned their user interface to the dissatisfaction of many users, including my colleague Sara Redin, who got lost in the redesign. Other recent significant and disturbing redesigns include Financial Times, Skype and Windows Live Messenger.
All these now have a ‘cooler’ looking user interface. However, I would argue that the actual user experience has […]
I recently lost my social security card and went online to order a new one. I was not sure which public authority was responsible for issuing the card but fortunately Copenhagen (my municipality) had ensured that their ordering page came up near the top on Google – and it even turned out that I could […]