Category Archives: "Technical Intranet"

SharePoint Look Book
A nice resource Microsoft has put together to showcase page designs and layouts for Intranets. The designs are great idea starters. If you're unfamiliar with how good SharePoint can look, using [...]
Portal Examples – Large Corporations
This is a good-sized collection of Intranet screen shots. For the most part they are large corporations with established teams committed to their intranet initiatives--big companies, with big [...]
All things Microsoft UX
The UI Fabric site is all about sharing the design standards Microsoft follows for their products. You'll find fonts, icons, button styles, wireframes and code here. The item I use most [...]
Stepping Users into SharePoint file Storage
Some users need extra time to get comfortable with the concept of managing files with metadata, rather than the detailed folder hierarchy structure we tend to have a love/hate relationship with. [...]
Odd Scaling that makes your Hero image go Yuck
Caution when using Jigsaw Hero images Stephen Collier has a great article that provides guidance on how to use a single image to span a multi-image Hero web part in SharePoint. He calls them [...]
How SharePoint Handles Images
We’re all familiar with the concept of responsive page design, but I doubt that many of us have given any thought to how images are actually handled in responsive framework.  This concept impacts [...]