Mirror, mirror, on the the wall. Who has the best Website of all? This year we shook up eBusiness Index to reflect the radically changing times we all live in. Here's the list of finalists. Where they've been. Where they are. And the challenges they face this year.
When I was reviewing the new CA.com site a couple of weeks ago I stumbled across a link that led me to a Flipboard designed by CA’s Technologies Information Services organization. It does a great job of organizing and wrapping the company’s .PDF-based Cookbooks in a first class veneer
I’ve been paying a lot of attention to two things lately: sites that know how to turn buyers into heroes — and those that have cracked the code for creating content that makes an emotional connection with buyers. Both are powerful — and I mean powerful — ideas.
After what seems like a season in purgatory, CA.com has finally jumped on the new design bandwagon with an update that cleans up the sins of the past. It’s a vast improvement over the previous site, but not the game changer we saw from Oracle earlier this month. To see what’s up, let’
Last Thursday the Oracle.com team started to roll out its new adaptive design strategy with a new Human Capital Management zone that is much more than the sum of its parts. Beyond the obvious visual impact — here’s five things this new design brings to the B2B party. Perfe
I’ve been watching the whole grid/adaptive design and short-form content revolution roll out in slow motion over the past couple of years. So how’s the revolution going? To see, I spent some quality time on 17 major sites on our eBusiness Index. Turns out it’s playing out i
In a meeting with a client last week, the conversation moved to an interesting topic. The fact that the Web seems to always be a moving target – and why smart teams must always be in a continuous improvement mode. That got me thinking. How fast is the IT Web really moving — and
Once upon a time, Dell.com and HP.com were the “go to” sites in the IT industry. Today? Not so much. Lessons Learned: Sometimes art imitates life. Dell’s and HP’s business woes are mirrored at their Websites – which are bleeding competitive ground where it counts. Of the two, Dell.com
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