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Dec 8, 2015

Join Us At SharePoint Fest Chicago

McCormick Place - South
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Avoid Legal Action: Take Proper Steps to Own the Content https://t.co/Ss2v3O05UX #contentmarketing @CMIContent

Nov 12, 2015

From Intranet To Digital Workspace

The Gleacher Center
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Nov 4, 2015

The Digital Maker Movement

The Digital Maker Movement is driven by millions of engineers, hobbyists, entrepreneurs and innovators, who are combining the advantages of modern day technology and convenience while simultaneously restoring a culture of innovation and craftsmanship that defined America’s Industrial Revolution.

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Oct 28, 2015

What To Expect During A Google Design Sprint

The Google Design Sprint is praised as being the perfect ideation method to solve important pressing design questions quickly and efficiently. Jake Knapp makes an excellent point about the beauty of constraints and how confining the sprint to 5 days allows for the most creative and simple ideas to shine. Typically, these design sprints have been aimed at creating solutions for start-ups, but we decided to borrow the format and use it as a bootcamp alongside our clients.

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Oct 26, 2015

Sayonara Content Query jQuery Accordion. Hello Script Editor jQuery Accordion!

There was a time when the content query web part was king. If you wanted to do something cool in SharePoint, you'd have to export a web part, crack open content query's XSL file, write some spaghetti code, import a content query web part, and try to stay sane throughout this process. Even Richard III, a mad man by most accounts, would say that process is crazy. But that's how it was back in those dark days.

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Oct 19, 2015

Publish Everything In The Master Page Gallery With Powershell

Publishing you fickle fiend! Have you ever worked in the master page gallery and made edits to files, but when you ask other users to validate your work they can't see it? It’s probably because the files aren't published for everyone to see. Instead of going through the UI and thinking you published all the files, here's a surefire way to publish every file in the master page gallery.

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Oct 19, 2015

UX 102: UX Without Users

User experience design that doesn’t involve user research should not be called user experience design. If we’re “doing UX” and creating something for people, those people have to be involved. The level of involvement is dependent upon a lot of different things: budget, time, and how important user research is to your design. We’ll get into that. First, let’s look into the past... all the way to the year 2001!

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Oct 13, 2015

Code Complete And The Seasoned Developer

I have been a professional developer since 2008 but I had not read Code Complete by Steve McConnell before this year. Originally, I intended to read the book all the way through so that I could give tips to junior developers about which sections to read. I have changed my plan now that I have read the book all the way through. I think it would be better for junior developers to learn from more experienced developers on the job, rather than more rote book learning.

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Oct 12, 2015

Getting Your Node Into Azure

If you're like me, and you are, you have fallen in love Node.js. You already knew JavaScript and love lightweight & efficient runtimes. NODE! You couldn't believe how easy it was to get up a web framework with Express. NODE!

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Oct 8, 2015

PEDL - Rightpoint's Product Experience & Design Lead Program

Companies rely on agencies to provide fresh thinking and quick action to cut through their problems and deliver smart, differentiating solutions. But the industry has undergone multiple waves of consolidation, leading to bloat and stagnation. Larger agencies introduce too many layers between the creators and clients, and neither are satisfied with the arrangement.

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Oct 6, 2015

Happiness Lives In Anticipation, Recollection And Memories. How Do We Design For It?

The other day I was catching up at some of my favorite places on the web (other than abusing the buy with 1-click button on Amazon and overdosing on Kawehi and random Swedish hiphop videos on Vimeo) and happened upon two unrelated articles on FastCo regarding happiness. They talk about how to design for happiness and the science of why experiences consistently make us happier than things. More wine tastings in Napa, less Apple watches.

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