When moving from a centralised publishing model to a distributed one it can be scary. Here are some tips based on our experience with a customer of 90,000+ users. You don’t have to lose all control whilst saving valuable hours So, you’re looking to switch to a more distributed publishing model. It’s scary because all … Continue reading Distributed publishing can be scary – 3 tips to help you get there
It’s always important to test content with a screen reader so that you can validate the experience from a blind person’s perspective. Jaws is one of a number of screen readers available to people who have visual impairments to help them navigate on-screen content. There isn't much available information about screen reader use, but one … Continue reading Tips and tricks for testing with Jaws
De-mystifying the ATAG 2.0 guidelines The Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) are a set of requirements for making authoring tools that are accessible, and capable of producing accessible content. ATAG are used by the teams that develop authoring tools. In other words, the people who create What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editors, … Continue reading De-mystifying the ATAG 2.0 guidelines
Lounging in the sun last week on holiday I met a gentleman who owned a large construction business. Over the last two decades he had been in everything from tunnelling to commercial development, he now had teams delivering refits to high street stores. These projects are time and quality sensitive, a single delay in delivery … Continue reading How Invotra Portal enables the evolution of enterprise
For any organisation, it’s highly important to have a digital workplace that meets your organisational demands. You need to have an intranet that will deliver the governance and compliance that your organisation needs. At Invotra, our product has many features and functionalities that are controllable. Below you can find a range of examples. Content targeting One … Continue reading How controllable is your current intranet?