Hello again! We've been working on restructuring SenseNet ECMS as a product for a while; now it's time to change the way we connect with people.
The next milestone on our roadmap is to redesign our website in order to make it more streamlined and transparent for you. [More]
Have you ever wanted to know the permissions of a certain user, not just for a single content but in the whole system? We had a permission setting page for a long time but that did not give administrators the full picture. From now on you can make use of our brand-new permission visualization tool! [More]
To fulfill an important need of Sense/Net users that were reported towards us several times recently, we have been developing a brand new, nice and easy-to-use feature in the Product. This is a Survey-editor application, which is being built to be fully customizable and extendable via the templated structure. [More]
First of all, thank you guys for taking your time and completing our test! The result was quite instructive for us. It provided us a solid starting point for us to design the new architecture of the portlet system in SN7. [More]
As the part of rebuilding the information architecture in SN7 we were highly motivated to redress the Portlet-structure to make its usage more handy. [More]
As the result of the competitor analysis we prepared the redesign of the new, skinnable Picker for SN7. We understood a lot of conceptual expectations from users by looking at our competitors’ solutions. These were all taken into consideration when developing custom solutions for individual picker-types in SN7. As the whole development cycle is quite complex, we decided to divide it into sections. In the first phase we implemented the most powerful functions [More]
As part of the expert review of our product, we decided to run a competitor review to map the UX str [More]
To improve the structure of Sense/Net ECM, we decided to do some UX research on the tree structure o [More]
Customization the UI even better in Sense/Net
If you have been working with Sense/Net in the past, e [More]
How did we select items to test?
Since we have a reasonable size of navigation consisting of a few d [More]