For your reading pleasure this time, a collection of links (with summaries) including articles related to: web management, SEO, intranet, UX. Web management The web is critical. The web team is not ”According to a McKinsey report, From 2004 to 2009, the Internet’s contribution to GDP in mature countries
For your reading pleasure this time, a collection of links (with summaries) including articles related to: web management, UX, cookies, search, UX and search. Web management, UX, mobile web 10 rules to make a great online bank dashboard – Meniga blog The headline says “online bank” but these 10 rules are
For your reading pleasure this time, a collection of links (with summaries) including articles related to: web strategy, UX, search, web developement. Web strategy & User experience All the kings are dead. Long live the ecosystem. Nothing is king. Everything is king! Here’s a quote taken from my Beantin
For your reading pleasure this week, a collection of links (and summaries) including articles related to: Social media, UX, intranets, SEO and web analytics. Social Ellos at the forefront of Nordic Digital e-commerce Jesper gets all excited about Ellos and how they are dragging their shopping experience into the future.
This time, a collection of links (and summaries) including articles related to:Web management, UX, intranets, SEO and web analytics. Web strategy, Web management & UX Situational Design for the Web Responsive web design is all the rage, and rightly so – you can do some incredibly useful things with media
This time, a collection of links (and summaries) including articles related to: Social media and social search, web strategy and web management, Optimisation, usability testing and Eye tracking. Social media & social search Google Search Finally Going Fully Social With Shared Twitter Links And Even Quora Data More Google (social)
This edition’s collection of links includes posts related to: Eye tracking and user testing, Intranets, UX, usability and web strategy, SEO, and web development. User experience, usability & web strategy Good usability makes a website This one quote from the article pretty much says enough: “Usability testing is no
Yammer has a wonderfully disruptive marketing strategy – anyone with an email address can sign up and become part of the network for that email domain. No IT procurement process, no buy-in, no permission from anyone – you just get on with it and start collaborating. Collaboration behind your back A lot
Generations 2010: What different generations do online Useful chart from Pew Internet showing how the spread of Internet activities varies across six different generations. One thing I find particularly interesting (mainly as I wrote about this in my december newsletter) is how virtual worlds are the least common activity across
Previously I’ve created and shared with you 5 social memetrackers using Twingly. Now it’s time to present to you 5 Paper.li created “newspapers”. Paper.li organises links shared on Twitter into easy to read newspapers. You can create newspapers from Twitter lists, Twitter hashtags or advanced Twitter
Information Architecture 101: Techniques and Best Practices A great “briefing paper” from Six Revisions, intending to raise awareness of the discipline with designers. Mental Models The latest Alertbox post covers what users think they know and how that affects their behaviour. Users, designers and developers all have differing mental models.
Implementing Yammer within Your Organization Using Twitter Best Practices The featured tool in this article is Yammer, but the tactics and principles described are valid for whatever intranet collaboration tool you are rolling out. Three critical tactics according to Hanesbrands: Gain leadership support, Partner early with IT, Help employees use
Here is my definition of Employee Generated Content, as well as brief explanation of how it differs from user generated content (UGC) and social content (social media). What is it? Employee Generated Content (EGC) is a variant of User Generated Content (UGC). Both refer to material produced by the users
The concept of choosing to follow someone is very familiar to those of us active on twitter. As is the concept of not following someone. In small organisations, my experience has shown that normally everyone would follow everyone. This is largely because small organisations are likely to be cohesive as
The business case for social intranets To quote Oscar: “Most people will come to understand that a social intranet is not just about adding features such as blogs, wikis, activity feeds & micro-blogging on top of a traditional intranet; it’s about rethinking the purpose of intranets with the intention