Gig Werks is proud to be featured in 2 new blog posts from
our partner LiveTiles, highlighting solutions that modernize and enhance the
user experience of SharePoint and the Microsoft Cloud. Check out the 2 articles
UX Design Meets
Beauty and Function with These Solutions
When it comes to creating an accessible business solution, a
powerful user experience is everything. It’s what stays with users long after
they’ve finished working, and it can drive user adoption. For these reasons,
the field of user experience design has shown rapid growth over the couple of
years. However, finding the balance between functionality and user engagement
can be a tricky compromise for any UX designer.
For many companies, Microsoft SharePoint is the go-to when
it comes to intranet solutions. In fact, in 2012 SharePoint passed 2 billion
dollars in earned revenue and has steadily grown since then. This is because
its deep functionality and customizable nature allow it to be deployed as an
enterprise business solution across a variety of industries. However, this deep
functionality can come at the price of accessibility, as designing and managing
SharePoint sites can be a bit of a complex task.
Our partners over at Gig Werks have been
providing industry specific SharePoint solutions and modernizing the user
experience since 2001.
But what exactly does this type of user experience design
entail? Well, for Gig Werks it starts with…
Modernizing your IT with SharePoint Apps and Nintex Workflows
Maybe you’re one of the many organizations struggling
to keep pace with the market using outdated legacy systems. You may know
that something needs to be done, but it seems like it might be a difficult
challenge to do it. Not doing anything will get you by day to day, until
it doesn’t. How do you modernize your enterprise with SharePoint apps, and
how do Nintex enterprise apps fit into the picture?
SharePoint apps give users a way of delivering data or
functionality to a SharePoint site. An app for SharePoint is a specialized tool
for a given business practice. SharePoint apps come from the SharePoint store,
and they can also be distributed through an IT department’s app catalog. In
that case, they just need to be installed on the SharePoint site you’d like to
use them on. Site owners can manage their SharePoint apps directly, without the
need for an administrator’s assistance. Apps can be used for any number of
reasons, from recognizing colleagues for increased employee engagement to
creating custom lists. It’s possible to customize
a SharePoint app to meet your unique requirements.
SharePoint apps are now bolstered by…