When UX meets SharePoint: 10 ways to increase user adoption

What’s the point of SharePoint? If asked, most kindergarteners would say it’s about sharing. Of course it’s also about collaboration and communication, but sharing stuff is where SharePoint really shines.

This was just what a recent intranet project of ours was about: sharing team information that is buried in a labyrinth of local and network drives using out-of-the-box SharePoint 2013. Sounds simple enough, right?

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Don’t change it! – 8 ways to wean reluctant users off legacy systems

No doubt, the biggest mantra for a UX professional is to focus on the user, and rightfully so. Even though most users should never design a system by themselves, it makes perfect sense to talk to them, observe as they perform routine tasks, and engage them in workshops and usability testing.

After all, users know what’s best for them. Or do they?

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