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author Michael Christian, July 8, 2015

User Interface (UI) designers frequently use colour to convey meanings and to add extra visual cues to the interface. We are all familiar with the association of the colour red with “danger”, and green with “OK”. The Twitter Bootstrap already provides a set of pre-styled buttons, but what is the best practise for using these […]

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author Paula Matthews, October 1, 2013

Collectively deciding the role of your intranet’s homepage can be a challenging aspect of deploying an intranet. As it’s one of the most important pages on your intranet, there can be conflicting opinions surrounding its purpose and the elements is should contain. The Intranet Homepage’s Importance If you can imagine how important your corporate website’s […]

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author Paula Matthews, August 23, 2013

As an intranet manager, one of your many aims is to ensure that users can quickly locate information and navigate through their intranet seamlessly. When users are immediately presented with an overwhelming number of applications on their intranet’s homepage, it ultimately leads to time wastage and confusion. Our UI Designer Ricardo Campos has created a […]

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author Paula Matthews, August 21, 2013

An essential guide to creating a top-level navigation system on your intranet

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author Nigel Davies, July 8, 2013

Analysis of social intranet post content

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author Paula Matthews, June 18, 2013

A compilation of the most popular intranet homepage widgets; from setting calendar events to social widgets.

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author Paula Matthews, December 9, 2012

Ten of the world’s most beautifully designed intranets.

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author Paula Matthews, August 30, 2012

A recent intranet design workshop used to help an organisation choose their overall intranet design and layout.

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