The content, format, style and colour-scheme of every page is totally flexible and can be whatever is appropriate for the organisation, the subject matter and the audience. Linking pages to each other is easy – you just use the destination page name as the hyperlink.
Here are some screenshots of example pages to illustrate. The examples were drawn using various authoring tools, including MS PowerPoint®, MS Word®, Google Slides® and Google Docs®. They were then uploaded as linked, controlled online pages with EUPUT, the End User Page Upload Toolkit –
1. The main landing page could give a top level business function view such as this –
2. Groups of users could be routed straight to a role-specific landing page as soon as they log on, from where they would navigate intuitively to sub-menus, process visualisations, work instructions, and so on –
3. You can have any style of visual presentation for your business processes that is appropriate for your users. They can be multi-level with drill-down to pages with more detail, and they can have links to subsequent pages. There can also be links for example to networked documents, systems or internet resources, at the point in the process that the user needs to access them –
4. For a small to medium-sized document, instead of inserting a link to it you could upload the text content as an online page –
5. You could have a dashboard page such as this for a manager or for a team working on a project –
6. You could have a page that groups and summarises documents in a given subject area, with links to signpost users straight to those documents –
7. Other options include online pages for help information, FAQs, news articles, profiles of teams and people, new version announcements, and so on.
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