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Creating Adoptable Business Solutions

Posted by Adam Krueger on June 28, 2017

User adoption is more than a buzzword - it’s what drives many of our decisions along the road from solution conception to implementation.

Before tackling the challenge of user adoption, one must answer the question: “what if we are successful?” If the user successfully adopts a given solution, what are the intended outcomes? We call these business objectives.

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How to Conduct Effective User Research for Office 365 Projects

Posted by Chris Poteet on April 25, 2016

Whether you already have a plan in place to implement Microsoft Office 365 or you’re still in the initial consideration phase, user research is one area you can’t afford overlook. Too often, organizations make decisions about intranet projects and immediately pursue them without giving a second thought to the opinions of the very people who will be using the software every day.

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Responsive Design Best Practices for Office 365 Projects

Posted by Chris Poteet on April 21, 2016

Industry insiders use the phrase "responsive design" fairly often these days; however, there may be some confusion about what it really means. Contrary to how it may initially sound, responsive design is not about making a website or intranet system – such as Microsoft Office 365 – "look good on mobile.”

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Client Critique of Negative Space and "Above the Fold" in Website Design

Posted by Adam Krueger on March 16, 2016

After helping many clients design their websites over the years, I'm still surprised how often others abuse or outright overlook the use of negative spacealso commonly referred to as "white space" – or push for more content to be prioritized "above the fold."

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UI Design Vs. UX Design And SharePoint: What's The Difference?

Posted by Adam Krueger on February 3, 2016

Microsoft developed the SharePoint platform to be useful for a number of different applications. However, that flexible functionality doesn’t replace the need for user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design. Both are necessary to create a website that’s easy to understand and use.

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