„ Design liegt nicht mehr im Trend. Und ich bin froh darüber. Weil es, obwohl die Leute Sinn für Design bewiesen haben, so viel Design-Schrott gibt, der eigentlich in die Luft gesprengt werden sollte. Wenn Design nicht wirklich etwas zu sagen hat, darf es gar nicht existieren.“
So you want a site on the Intranet…? <ul><li>Agree with the Communications Department Ext.xxxx that there is a business requirement for having an intranet site </li></ul><ul><li>Nominate a Web Author who will need to attend the Intranet training course ‘Developing Your Intranet Site’. Contact Mrs xxxxx to arrange this course. </li></ul><ul><li>The Webmaster will then create a template site ready for your new site to be designed. </li></ul><ul><li>If a Web Author is already trained in your area then they can begin to create the site. </li></ul><ul><li>Submit a form with your requirements to Communications Department. Who will review your requirements, complete the resource constraints part of the form and pass it to the Head of Communications who will approve the site. </li></ul><ul><li>On completion the sites nominated Data Content Manager will need to check the site editorially and approve the data contained within the site. </li></ul><ul><li>Decide which business process the site will be placed under by contacting Mrs xxxx </li></ul><ul><li>On approval the Webmaster will technically check the site. If all is well the new site will then be published </li></ul>http://distributedresearch.net/blog/2007/03/17/so-you-want-a-site-on-the-intranet/ Intranet Standard Procedures ...
prototyping, giving the product to the consumer and then improving it, and improving it some more
design and creativity bring three critical attributes to Enterprise 2.0 innovation: synthesis , that is, a holistic, systems approach to problem solving and solutions creation; style , which I think of as embodying a particular model or point of view in the organization and its work; and humanity , which reminds us all that whatever is being developed - products, services, organizations, business processes - has to appeal to people - customers, as well as employees, partners and everyone else involved in the innovation ecosystem. Why design for Enterprise 2.0?