Webinar Recap | 10 Steps to Designing a SP Portal
Thank you for your interest in, “No User Adoption Without Representation: 10 Steps to Design a SP Portal Your Users Will Use“. If you were able to join us for the webinar, we sincerely thank you for being there. We hope you had as much fun learning about the 10 steps to designing a beautiful and effective portal that your team will love to use as our speaker Eric Overfield (@EricOverfield) did sharing his knowledge with you.
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In this session, Eric mentioned that one of the ways the PixelMill team stays up to date on what we do is actively participating in community calls. If you or someone you know is looking to be more involved in the SharePoint/PnP community, or looking for resources to further your knowledge and understanding of SharePoint/PnP, we recommend you check out the SharePoint Developer Community (SharePoint PnP) resources page. This is an open-source initiative coordinated by SharePoint engineering. This community controls SharePoint development documentation, samples, reusable controls, and other relevant open-source initiatives related to SharePoint development.
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It’s time for the next episode of the PixelMill Webinar Series! In this session, “No User Adoption Without Representation: 10 Steps to Design a SP Portal Your Users Will Use”, we welcome back Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, PixelMill President/Co-Founder, and resident Josh Groban fan club member Eric Overfield (@EricOverfield). Join us on Thursday, July 30, at 11:00 AM PST as Eric walks through the 10 steps to designing a beautiful and effective portal that your team will love to use. Learn how to fine tune the strategic placement of content, hierarchy, personalization, use of out-of-the-box and 3rd party tools, and layout of your sites determines the overall success of your solutions.
Besides the fact that webinars are an excellent way to engage with fellow community members and industry thought leaders, this is a chance to learn about creating a SharePoint portal your users will want to use. If you want your employees to adopt and continue to engage with your SharePoint solutions, you must deliver portals that meets their unique needs AND presents the information and tools they require in the most effective way possible. Uncovering your organization’s requirements is crucial and starts by listening to your users.
In this session, we will look to achieve the following goals:
• Learn how to uncover your end user’s needs
• Understand the role user interface and user experience play in user adoption
• Learn the 10 steps for planning and designing a winning SharePoint portal