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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.
There was a time in my life when making web service calls was like asking me to speak French (Non, je ne sais pas comment appeler un service Web SharePoint). Thankfully, third-party workflow products make my life easy with handy-dandy wizards.
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.
I worked on a project where I created an “ad hoc” catalog. The client wanted to have a Document Center that is private to them, where they can publish deliverables, such as Word and Excel documents, but have them displayed on a page in a separate site collection that their client has access to.
If you’re not an employee of Rightpoint you can still get our free, as in free beer, keg monitoring application, Pourcast. With the kegs in our office open from 4:00pm – ? it is very difficult to keep track of how much beer is left in the kegs, so Rightpoint Labs, our internal “maker-space” club, set out to solve that problem.
Even as more and more organizations migrate to SharePoint 2013 or to Office 365, there is still plenty of SharePoint 2010 work to be done. There remains production maintenance work, enhancements to existing SharePoint sites, and new development for organizations who absolutely need the functionality, but aren’t ready yet to migrate to 2013 and beyond.
For those of us who still remember Quark Xpress, massive drop shadows and dial-up modems, the word “template” usually brings visions of PowerPoint proudly displaying ornate gold frames, dramatic mirror text and excessive embossing.