In the previous article in the Mavention.nl v3: How we did it? series I showed you the landscape of our new website built with SharePoint 2013 and which different sites we are using. Starting from this part I will tell you more about how we leveraged all the different capabilities of the SharePoint 2013 platform for all the different sites in our landscape. To begin with: how did we build our authoring site?
In my previous post I shared with you some of our choices related to implementing the User Experience. In this part of the Mavention.nl v3: How we did it? series I will tell you about the foundation of our new website built on the SharePoint 2013 platform.
Go on: play with the size of your browser window when browsing our new website, see how the layout refloats? Have you opened our site on your mobile devices? Have you opened it on all of them? In this part of the ‘How we did it?’ series I will tell you about the UX choices that we have made to ensure that our new website offers the best experience to all of our visitors.
We have just published our new website built using Microsoft SharePoint 2013. I’m pretty sure you’re very curious to hear how we built it.
Recently, here at Mavention, we published Mavention SharePoint 2010 Site Checker – a set of automated tests that allows you to scan your Internet facing website built on the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 platform for common issues. Just now Mavention SharePoint 2010 Site Checker has become available as a Windows Phone 7 app.