The “mobile first” intranet (part 4)

It’s time to look at the parent page of the content page—the navigation page.

Intranets are usually built in a hierarchical structure, or have at least some navigation choices the end-users perceive as a hierarchy going forward/down in the structure. Search is already the most used navigation model on internet (people do a Google search and go directly to a page with the answer), and intranets will in time follow this trend. But right now, most organisations probably still have classic core menu navigation, from the homepage forward to answers, as the most common way to access content. Continue reading “The “mobile first” intranet (part 4)”

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The “mobile first” intranet (part 3)

Have you heard the web design term “Mobile first”? It’s a concept where you start with the smallest screen size you want to deliver content to, and then you work your way up.

(This is part 3 in a series about how to build a Mobile first intranet. You can find part 1 here and part 2 here.)

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The “mobile first” intranet (part 2)

Have you heard the web design term “Mobile first”? It’s a concept where you start with the smallest screen size you want to deliver content to, and then you work your way up.

(This is part 2 in a series about how to build a Mobile first intranet. You can find part 1 here.) Continue reading “The “mobile first” intranet (part 2)”

The “mobile first” intranet (part 1)

Have you heard the web design term “Mobile first”? It’s a concept where you start with the smallest screen size you want to deliver content to, and then you work your way up. Combined with Responsive Web Design this philosophy gives you both a) a good focus on what’s most important on your intranet site, and b) a device agnostic intranet, working “automatically” on every modern device. Continue reading “The “mobile first” intranet (part 1)”

The intranet and native apps

Remember when every unit, division and subsidiary in an organisation thought they needed their own web site? Local IT technicians with their own servers under the desks. Dreamweaver. First page always about the ”happy gang of 23 employees” eager to promote themselves. This was 15-20 years ago.

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Building the core intranet templates

Last Friday we ordered the core intranet templates to be installed in the WCMS. A great day and a start of the next stage in the intranet project. Hopefully we will have them up and running by Oct 30. After that we can start produce content for the core structure. Continue reading “Building the core intranet templates”