Turning the difficult and complicated into a good user experience that precisely meets the needs of its user grou is the holy grail of web projects.
In this latest intranetizen post, Sharon looks at the latest award winning intranets and argues that their focus on delivering precisely what their users need is what makes the end product so good — and so impossible to scale.
Intranet personalisation is the ideal route to delivering a cohesive, singular user experience, provide for thousand of personal content nuances, and maximise personal relevance, but getting it right is far from easy.
The precise model you’ll adopt for your next intranet iteration will depend on the employees, technology, governance and culture in your organisation.
This post discusses personalisation broadly and identifies 4 potential models for your next intranet.
Take a look at your intranet. Chances are it has a very familiar layout: A logo in the top-left corner with a menu across the top. But with iOS and Android style tablets and phones being so popular, this article explores the possibility of a new dawn in intranet design.