Knowledge : Management
Recently experienced a webinar titled “How to Build an SharePoint Knowledge Portal that People Love to Use“. Sounds spectacularly boring, doesn’t it?
Actually … it was excellent.
… and I’m usually not a huge fan of SharePoint.
Nor do I generally pimp for products. But in this case I’ll make an exception. The webcast is available online now.
… always has decent insights about
Information Architecture (“the key”)
SharePoint : UX : IA
Excellent info in this webcast. Good talking points re implementing IA and leveraging UX on SharePoint.
Making SharePoint Work
“Guerrilla User Research has gotten itself a bad rap because the way in which it is often conducted is not methodical. Through a Hollywood café case study, this presentation will outline exactly how to plan, conduct, and quickly analyze measurable feedback through cost-effective qualitative field research. This technique is perfect for for stakeholders and teams with little time or low budgets, but desperate for answers to help determine if the value proposition of their digital product is on target.”
Jaime’s good. I’ve heard her do an O’Reilly webcast before. (“What the Hell is UX Strategy?!” 02/04/2015) Worth a listen.
I enjoyed the replay of this “highest-rated” webcast today:
“Content marketing has become an important piece of a modern digital marketing plan. Marketing teams are producing more content than ever, all to attract more potential buyers to their web properties. In this new digital landscape, writers and content marketers are key players in the search optimization equation, but most don’t yet know the rules of the SEO road.”
Map the Experience
“… many people associate mapping experience with heavy upfront research. This need not be the case at all. In fact, diagrams can be co-created by team members in a matter of days.
Once complete, experience maps provide a big picture that you can align subsequent activities to, including user story mapping, design sprints, content planning, and more.”
Jim’s good. (I posted about a presentation he gave at our Northern NJ IxD Meetup a couple of years ago.)
Make “Big Data” work
Here’s a taste of the webinar:
69% of Enterprise Info is ROT
A phased approach. Cleanup is a first step. Taxonomy is key. Sentiment Analysis provides understanding. “What’s going on.” Informed Decision-making.
I try to do some of this in my own clumsy way: the CSS Cleanup — John Vaughan