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As consultants, we get to spend time within other companies and get a taste of their respective cultures. And as a User Experience Consultant, I look at many business processes—including culture—through a UX lens.
With the 2015 Winter Release, Salesforce has a lot to say about Opportunities and Collaborative Forecasting and a few other very cool features. Here is a brief overview on what’s new.
Yes, you read the title correctly! Salesforce.com and Microsoft are finally starting to work together to enhance their joint solutions which is a big step forward after a long wait. Today, users of SharePoint Online 2010 and 2013 are able to easily set up Salesforce Files Connect to their company SharePoint sites to access, share and search external data directly from their Salesforce instance.
The division of labor required for a technology-focused agency to succeed necessitates a formal User Experience (UX) team with a solid history of school or career-based education, who is responsible for the company’s UX initiatives, work, and deliverables, and who continues to grow and learn.
Rightpoint Michigan was born December, 2012 and found our first home in May 2013, a functional space with some Rightpoint Chicago flair along for the ride. Thankfully we were bursting at the seams by the end of 2013 and began the planning and build out of our next space on par with our company values, culture and needs.
Because I have some insane super power to break stuff, my role on recent projects has been quality and testing (or as I like to call it, driving my developers insane). One of the most popular tools for testing and writing test scripts is currently Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Word.
It's that time of year. Everyone jumps on the gratitude bandwagon. Like kids threatened by Santa watching every tantrum and toy lobbed at their little brother and modeling their behavior accordingly, us adults say a halfbaked “I’m grateful for my health and family” around the Thanksgiving table.
At this point, you should feel pretty solid about your decision to implement SharePoint for your business and you might even have a good vision as to what you're trying to achieve with it. But just as you're about to roll up your sleeves and get busy building your business requirements, Microsoft comes along and has "clouded" this effort by throwing a new offering of SharePoint into the mix—Office 365 or SharePoint Online?
At this point in SharePoint development you probably identify as either old school, or new school. But at some point, the old schoolers need to come correct and do stuff the new school way. In this post I'll show you the new school way to add comments and ratings to a SharePoint 2013 page layout using Design Manager.