Earlier this week, James Robertson at Step Two Designs published a challenge for all intranet managers — identify, plan and execute three intranet new year resolutions. Gauntlet laid down, the intranetizen team gaze ahead, scan the 2013 objectives, cast their eyes over the long range planning and plot their three resolutions for 2013.Read More
It’s been a busy week for the four Intranetizens – publishing a whopping three posts – but that’s not stopped us from keeping up to speed on the latest news in the world of intranets, web design and the digital workplace.
With intranet pros returning to work after the Christmas break, there’s been a raft of comment and predictions for the year ahead, as well as round ups of 2012 reading.Read More
Last week Nielsen Norman Group published the 2013 edition of their design annual, widely regarded as the most comprehensive guide to trends in intranet design. Since 2001, usability guru Jakob Neilsen and his team have tracked changes in design and functionality for intranets and made recommendations for the year ahead.
Regular blog readers will be aware that last year we had some questions about the methodology used, and the conclusions reached, in the 2012 report. So what’s changed in 2013? Intranetizen takes a look at the conclusions, and (yet again) doesn’t entirely agree.
Last January we predicted a drive for home working, a push to get social with SharePoint, a need to prove the worth of intranet of today (with metrics), and a swing in investment to search and find-ability over ‘pushing’ news. And we were mostly right (phew!).
So what about this year? Lets turn off the lights, spin around three times and jab wildly into the darkness of the future (sorry… we’re probably still drunk). Yes, it’s our annual post in which we become sages and try and predict what the next 12 months have in store for intranets, digital workplaces and the good people that work on them.Read More
A year ago, Team Intranetizen had a punt on what we felt would be the biggest changes in the intranet industry in 2012. So were we right? Let’s take a look back at those and see if we were on the money.Read More