Creating User Journeys for SharePoint
Join Dachis Group London for the second in their 'Making SharePoint More Social' series.
We will be exploring building user journeys for SharePoint.
SharePoint and User Journeys
One of the hardest pieces of communication in any SharePoint project is describing to end users, what SharePoint is there to do. Technologists happily talk about it as a content management system, a collaboration platform or a document and records management system, but none of these take an end user on a journey that they can understand, or engage with.
User journeys are an excellent tool which, when used well, can help conceptualise the interactions a user will undergo in their day to day work with the system, how it will change how they do their job and make things better.
During this session we will look at some of the tools you can use to build user journeys, what role they play in a project, look at some examples and design some of your own!
This session is aimed at practitioners from information, communications and IT who are working with, or are looking at SharePoint as a possible platform for collaboration, information management, document management or as a social intranet.
The event will take place on 24th May 2012 at 6pm, with drinks beforehand starting at 5.15pm and after until 7pm.