Category: Design

Making SharePoint Sticky

One of the biggest shifts in direction for the user interface of SharePoint in recent years was the alignment of SharePoint lists and libraries with the modern UI of OneDrive. This was a huge shift in SharePoint’s approach, moving the platform toward a much more flexible, dynamic, and user-centric design...

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Creativity, Innovation, #Assembled17

If you have not already done so, you should sign up for next week’s free online event Assembled 2017. The event was organized by designers, marketers, professionals and entrepreneurs to share their ideas and best practices for taking creativity to the next level. The event will include 60 minute keynotes...

Supporting End User Experiences

As mentioned in yesterday’s post, when we focus all of our time and effort on deploying technology, we tend to forget some of the basics — like delivering something that end users really want and need. Building to support the user experience and to optimize our technology deployment are not...

June 2014 #CollabTalk TweetJam on SharePoint UX

In this month’s CollabTalk tweetjam, we will be tackling the topic of the SharePoint user experience. The issue has been around for quite some time, with many experts and ISVs jumping in with solutions when the 2010 platform did not quite meet UX expectations. Many organizations continue to struggle with...

Waffling on SharePoint Design

I know a handful of folks in the SharePoint community who are, undoubtedly, experts on SharePoint branding and design, and Randy Drisgill (@drisgill) and John Ross (@johnrossjr) are two of the definite leaders (with a shout out to my good friend Eric Overfield, as well!). SharePoint’s design– and thoughtful planning...