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The Secret to Functional, Collaborative Salesforce Communities

Vlocity is a San Francisco-based company that delivers industry-specific cloud and mobile software that embed digital, omnichannel processes for customer-centric industries. They are also a Strategic Partner to Salesforce and have many tools developed to help their customers and partners drive results and ensure success. However, Vlocity’s VisualForce community lacked engagement and was difficult to […]

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5 Ways to Identify User Trends with Surveys

Why Guess at User Trends? With advancements in technology paired with our everyday consumer experiences, today’s user trends are in constant flux. When the technology that’s supposed to help us doesn’t, it’s frustrating, and even with the most successful projects, your users are going to have questions. Identifying the reasons behinds user trends can sometimes […]

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How We Deliver Salesforce Communities Without Giving Up Vacation

Delivering on a project like this is one that makes the whole team feel good. But how do you do this while still maintaining your sanity, let alone a life outside of work? Obstacle: Faced with a Super-Tight Deadline but it’s a Great Opportunity OpenTable heard about our community expertise and came to us in […]

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Top 5 Life Sciences Blog Posts From May 2017

Now that June is here, I thought it would be neat to look back at what our readers found most interesting last month. Below are the top five blog posts Perficient’s life sciences practice wrote in May – they’re ranked in order of popularity, with number one being the most viewed piece. How To Import Data Into Siebel […]

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Testing UI for Multiple Apps Using UI Automator

A User interface test involves interacting with multiple apps and verifying that the app behaves fine when the flow passes through other apps or through the System UI. An excellent example of this would be the Android messaging app where the user can enter the message which then launches the contact picker so that the users can […]

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3 Ways to Monitor the End-User Experience

User experience is a critical part of the technology experience in 2017. As business moves from static experiences of previous decades and commerce becomes a critical piece of the shopping journey, organizations must acquire the appropriate infrastructure. If applications and infrastructure perform poorly, money will be left on the table and customers will go to […]

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Video: Client Success Story: Enhancing the PMR Experience

We have all seen the pictures of the paved walkway with a dirt path off to the side. The paved walkway representing design and the dirt path representing user experience. In today’s complex healthcare environment, user experience is becoming increasingly important. In fact, designing and reacting to patient and member interactions is the foundation for […]

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Mobile Responsive is the New “Mobile Friendly” for Communities

Confused about the difference between mobile friendly and mobile responsive? You’re not alone. Although these terms seem similar in meaning, they’re actually quite the opposite. For instance mobile ‘friendly’, by industry definition, is a bit of a misnomer. Mobile responsive is actually more mobile friendly than mobile friendly and here’s why. A mobile friendly webpage, […]

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WebSphere Portal and UI Myths and Facts

I don’t know how I missed it but Harish Bhavinachikar has a nice post on what you can do with modern UI tools in WebSphere Portal.  It’s on our Spark Blog but addresses something that keeps coming up again and again.  Frankly, the front-end tools have changed considerably in the last couple years.  Modern UI […]

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3 Ways Site.com Makes Communities Better

As an implementation partner, we really enjoy working with the Communities platform. The built in collaboration with Chatter and the flexibility of configuration make Communities a major upgrade over traditional portals. But today I’m going to highlight another key benefit of that platform: branding and design with Salesforce Site.com. Site.com is free to use with […]

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Zen Coding in Editplus 3.50

You may already know Editplus as an excellent text editor software. 2012.11.01, Editplus released a new version 3.50, in this version added one more major feature – Zen Coding. What is Zen Coding Zen Coding is an editor plug-in for high-speed HTML, XML, XSL (or any other structured code format) coding and editing. The core […]

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Wish List: Four keys for SURFACE and SharePoint Next

Microsoft made a big splash with the unveiling of their long-awaited Surface Tablet yesterday.  Never mind the interesting choice of branding (anyone familiar with the previous Microsoft Surface will be surprised they took the name from the world’s coolest cocktail table and applied it to a slate), the big question in our secret mountaintop command […]

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There are more SharePoint designs on the Internet, Horatio….

A comment was recently posted to one of my older blogs looking for more than text.  “Words, words, words,” the commentor said, quoting Shakespeare’s Hamlet– “Are there visual examples of SharePoint Designer done right?” As it happens, there are.  Of course, we need to be clear that not all SharePoint visuals are conceived through SharePoint Designer.  And […]

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Using a Modeling tool to capture UI Design Specs

Karen Bachman has a post out on our sister blog entitled, “UI Design Communication: General Approach and Tips for Axure”  It’s for anyone who has a dread of creating and/or reading design specs for front end systems (e.g . web sites or portals).  I love the idea of using a visualization tool to capture all […]

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Mobile Meetup with Mobile Enthusiasts in Chicago

This past Thursday, I attended a Mobile Meetup hosted by Solstice Consulting and I felt it was very engaging and interactive. Many topics were covered ranging from mobile UX/UI to cross-platform development to marketing an application. The meetup was run in an Open Space Technology format. This enabled there to be many topics discussed in […]

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