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A successful loyalty program not only allows companies to reward their customers but also enriches the business with valuable customer data and feedback. In this entry, we will review the three important program components: operations, platform selection, and vendor selection.
Finding the right mix of requirements for a customer to participate in a loyalty program versus the reward payout to help grow that existing customer base and bring on new customers is the “secret sauce” of loyalty. In a pair of blogs, we will discuss some of the benefits of a loyalty program, and five important areas of consideration when planning a launch - program structure, operations, platform selection, and vendor selection. In part one of two we will look at benefits and program structure.
This post is going to look at updating the out-of-the-box SharePoint 2013 icons. This comes in to play if you are creating a branded site.
In a previous post I described how to use the Managed Navigation functionality that is new in SharePoint 2013 to create a global navigation based on a Managed Metadata term set. This post is going to provide you with all the CSS you need to fully brand a SharePoint 2013 global navigation bar.
This post is going to cover how to configure the global navigation bar in SharePoint 2013 using Managed Navigation, as well as provide some tips and lessons learned with rendering the global navigation using new Managed Navigation in a custom master page.
Over the time I’ve been using SharePoint, I’ve been taking notes on the tools and that make my job a little bit easier. Lately I’ve focused on collecting a ton of tips for working with branding in SharePoint2010. To help other people working with branding in SharePoint, I thought I should share some of my information.
On a recent client engagement, we had a somewhat common requirement that we had solved several times before. It was part of a multi-month complete extranet solution with extensive branding and user interface design/layout. The site's overall feel from a UI and design perspective was intuitive, sleek and quite honestly, beautiful. Although the particular requirement wasn't overly complex or new to our team, we decided to solve this using an approach we had never tried before to maintain the sleek look and feel of the site.
I was recently tasked with quickly customizing a SharePoint site to fit the needs of a client. In other words, making a SharePoint site not look like SharePoint. Where do you start? It did not sound like an easy task, but rather a matter that would require a lot of research, trial and error. I was ecstatic to stumble upon a fantastic piece of work from Heather Solomon, a web designer specializing in SharePoint branding, layout and usability. Heather’s Base Master Page Templates strip down master pages for your use with SharePoint 2007 sites, so you don’t have to dig through tedious lines of code and formatting; Heather has done this for you!
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Whether you are upgrading to SharePoint Online, 2010, 2013 or the latest 2016, this checklist contains everything you need to know for a successful transition.