Trends in Designing Portals for #SharePoint 2013 #SPC14 #SPC2013
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Trends in Designing Portals for #SharePoint 2013 #SPC14 #SPC2013

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During this session, we’ll show you real world examples of SharePoint 2013 portals that utilize search, persona-lization and responsive design to deliver engaging user experiences. We’ll discuss......

During this session, we’ll show you real world examples of SharePoint 2013 portals that utilize search, persona-lization and responsive design to deliver engaging user experiences. We’ll discuss how mobile adaptive and responsive designs can co-exist and how each can be accomplished while utilizing the SharePoint platform. Finally, we’ll discuss best practices in designing your portal for performance and scale-ability.

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  • 1. Eric Lytle Principal Architect BrightStarr @sharepointmastr SharePoint 2010 MCM
  • 2. Trend: Surfacing Dynamic Content
  • 3. Site 1 Site 1
  • 4. Site 1 Site 1.1
  • 5. Trend: Making it easy for users
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  • 8. Trend: Responsive/Adaptive
  • 9. Content is like Water
  • 10. Uses media queries No media queries Leverage Device Channels 1 URL = multiple device 1 URL / multiple URL’s Supported for newer devices/browsers Flexibility to target older devices Higher upfront cost Less investment upfront but costs are spread out across project lifecycle Takes advantage of a fluid grid Does not take advantage of a fluid grid
  • 11. Targeted Experiences 21% Collaboration 13% Test Thoroughly 10% Make it easy to read 13% Information Architecture 24% Global Audience 19%
  • 12. Targeted experiences
  • 13. Trend: Social Engagement
  • 14. Role-specific tasks 39% Communicating and collaborativey internally 14% Reading and answering emails 28% Searching and gathering information 19%
  • 15. Show Leadership and Build Relationships
  • 16. We got better answers to questions in 30 minutes instead of hours I have been working 7 years with this company now and because of our new portal, I now feel more connected with my colleague
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  • 19. Trend: Behavior based Experiences
  • 20. Personalization
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  • 24. Executive Engagement
  • 25. chase innovation be the source of influence
  • 26. Sponsored by
  • 27. Tue 9:00am - SPC106 - A comprehensive strategy to drive business value with SharePoint Tue 10:45am - SPC122 - Customer Best Practices & Next Generation Solutions with Office 365 & Yammer Wed 1:45pm - SPC228 - Deliver adaptive and personalized experiences for your SharePoint 2013 sites Wed 7:15pm – PT015 – People, Know How, Value. Social SharePoint at Yum! Brands Thu 10:30am - SPC270 - When should we use SharePoint out-of-the-box, add thirdparty apps or build custom solutions? Thu 12:00pm - SPC291 - The strategy behind building a successful social intranet