SharePoint’s modern user interface (UI) provides web parts and a user-friendly experience. My favorite feature is the quick link web part, which is very easy to learn and adapt to. In this blog, I will demonstrate how you can design your SharePoint page using a quick links web part with two different methods. We can […]
Posts Tagged ‘UI’
POUR: Designing for Accessibility With Operable in Mind
“POUR” has become mainstream lingo for the four main principles (Perceivable, Operable, Understand, and Robust) of web accessibility. These four essential guidelines created by the W3C organization are the “how-to” guide for digital teams of strategists, designers, developers, SEO, and content specialists to create accessible experiences. These guidelines were created so that digital consumers using […]
The Beauty of Simplicity: The Key to Accessible Web Design
In today’s hectic world, humans are increasingly drawn to simplicity. Stemming from a rising need for everyday efficiency and speed, we are in constant search for the next new technology that will make our lives easier. While this inclination toward simplicity is likely intuitive for most aspects of modern life, we often see the opposite […]
Understanding Disability Types for Effective UI Design: 3 Key Factors for Empathetic Problem-Solving
The Assumptions We Make About Disability What comes to mind when you’re thinking about what it means for a person to be disabled? Are they deaf? Is their mobility compromised in some way? What about their vision? It’s important to remember that senses and abilities like these aren’t only reserved for those with permanent disabilities. […]
React: Dealing with ‘This’ and Event Handlers
How to Manage State in React
In this recap, I’m going to demonstrate a top-down data flow approach to managing state with React. First I’ll go over a couple of approaches one might take and then refactor to make things nicer and less likely to have bugs. Let’s say you want to add a button that, when clicked, will toggle your […]
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 […]
User First Design. User First Experience.
Business users are bringing their consumer purchasing power with them to the office. They expect instantaneous results. Designers need to find a balance between meeting this expectation and creating an interface that isn’t cluttered.
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 […]
Welcome to Brainjuice Box!
There are over two million blog posts published daily. You read that right – two million. Every. Single. Day. So of course, that makes everyone (us included) ask, “who in the world needs another blog?” What could we possibly have to say that hasn’t already been said? What do we have to add to an already crowded conversation landscape?
Sitecore Developers: Get To Know Your Content Authors
It’s no secret that I love working with and designing great content authoring experiences in Sitecore. While I’ve talked extensively about the technical considerations of designing for the Sitecore Experience Editor, considerations for a quality content authoring experience actually begins by understanding who your content authors will be. When developing components for use in the […]
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 […]