[WEBINAR] Extreme makeover: intranet edition

[WEBINAR] Extreme makeover: intranet edition https://www.thoughtfarmer.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Lady-bug.png

Ready for an intranet makeover but don't know where to begin? Join us for a webinar where we will walk you through our journey to a successful intranet redesign.

April 27, 2021

It’s probably no surprise that we use our own ThoughtFarmer intranet. So that must mean our intranet looks amazing right?
Well, sort of. Yes, our intranet looks incredible, but it wasn’t always the case. Like many of our customers, we started out in a great place with a design that had worked well for our company. But over time we developed some bad intranet habits—like allowing our homepage to become outdated, not monitoring site metrics, and allowing content sprawl to occur.
Join Wil Arndt, Creative Director at ThoughtFarmer, as he breaks down our intranet redesign journey, and how we ended up with an incredible platform that employees use to collaborate, engage, and improve productivity. You will learn:
  • Common design challenges and how we overcame them
  • How to ensure content and user security
  • How to measure and prove success
  • Simple design and intranet makeover tips everyone can incorporate
  • How to get employee input and feedback in the redesign process


  • When: Wednesday, May 12th, 2021
  • Time: 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET
  • Format: 45 minute presentation with Q&A
  • Presenters: Wil Arndt, Creative Director

About the speaker

With over 20 years of design experience, Wil Arndt’s work has been honoured with some 150 industry and design awards and numerous accolades in the media. As former principal of a leading Vancouver digital agency, Wil pioneered the product development of a gaming platform and several mobile games and apps. He also helped numerous clients develop their digital brand, including The Food Network, BC Dairy Association, Electronic Arts, and CBC.

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