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Knowing how aportal is being used and mapping usage trends provide empirical evidence of a successful portal initiative.
Taxonomies can be powerful tools. But too often, their complexity defeats the users they are supposed to help. The business taxonomy offers a simpler alternative.
Whether creating a website, portal, or application, taking the time to understand your user base and what they need allows you to take an average offering and make it outstanding. Understanding users includes understanding that whatever you build for them will need to evolve over time. This is a natural part of the development process and, when planned for, it is easy to incorporate user-centered design and usability into everything you develop.
This is Part 1 of a three-part white paper series on usability. Part 1 focuses on usability from the perspective of employee impact, Part 2 on customer impact, and Part 3 on where the two meet. Each part of these will define clear usability pictures/issues that can expand how people see the need to invest in usability.
This is Part 2 of a 3-part white paper series on usability. Part 1 focuses on usability from the perspective of employee impact, Part 2 on customer impact, and Part 3 on where the two meet. Each of these define clear usability pictures/issues that can expand how people see the need to invest in usability.
In today’s competitive environment, companies and government agencies should develop and implement social media policies that allow them to take advantage of the collaborative spirit of social media, encouraging informal creative exchanges to take place, and, ultimately, functioning as effective and safe outreach tools.
Key Considerations When Implementing a Taxonomy in Drupal
This white paper looks at the best practices guidelines for various aspects of taxonomy design.
To be successful in business, employees and collaborators must be able to share knowledge and exchange information about common interests, duties, and job functions. Online communities offer an excellent platform for individuals to easily share, reuse, and adapt information across normal organizational boundaries.