Dale Carnegie


A Restyled User Interface for Dale Carnegie's Blog

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the challenge

Dale Carnegie Training's blog was in need of a retooling for its overall features and user interface. The blog serves as the most immediate outlet for current news, tips, and information coming from the experts at Dale Carnegie Training, so it was crucial to ensure that the blog would continue as a well-organized space where business training solutions could be easily accessed, shared, and commented on.

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the solution

iperdesign created a very user-friendly interface constructed on a scalable framework that allows for seamless mobile viewing. Links can easily be found, read and commented on. Multiple forms of social media integration are available for users to send selected content to peers. Information is neatly organized and easy to update by users with access.[/column2]

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mobile features + recognition

The mobile version seen here contains all the content typically found on the web version of the Dale Carnegie Training blog, but arranged in a way that is optimized for your mobile device, cell phone, or tablet. We modified a WordPress plugin that scales the website based on the screen dimensions of your device.

Whether you like viewing webpages vertically or horizontally, the mobile version of the Dale Carnegie Training blog has you covered.

The redesign has already received recognition from Evan Carmichael's The Entrepreneur Blog, coming in at #5 on the list of the Top 50 Leadership Blogs to Watch in 2013.

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benefits

Both the mobile and web versions contain the same overall features, along with comprehensive integration with social media. Dale Carnegie Training's original blog was built on a much older version of WordPress, so we updated the CMS to the most recent version and re-skinned the entire blog section to provide a completely new user experience that is familiar, but much more modern.

Take a look at the final product here.

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