Have you ever wanted to go to the cisco.com home page and see what John Chambers is saying right at that moment?
Well, you’ve probably never had that exact wish, but that’s what we’ll be offering home page visitors starting on Monday, May 19th. During the Cisco Live week May 19 – 22, visitors to the cisco.com home page will be able to see a live broadcast of Cisco Live events direct from San Francisco.
We’ll turn on the video feed Monday afternoon just before John Chambers’ keynote, and will continue to broadcast all Cisco Live events through Thursday afternoon as they occur.
- John Chambers keynote, Monday at 3:30 pm
- Rob Lloyd keynote, Tuesday at 10:00 am
- Industry keynote – IoT, Wednesday at 10:00 am
- Guest keynote – Sal Kahn from Kahn Academy, Thursday at 10:30 am
You can find the compete list of Cisco Live keynotes here.
Watch Cisco Live Keynotes directly from Cisco.com
This is the first time we’re showing a live video feed on our home page. We will be syncing up our publishing updates with the Cisco Live event schedule, so that the video player is available when the keynotes are live. This means we will be publishing the home page 10 times during the event, making for a busy week for my team back at the San Jose HQ.
Cisco.com is Form Factor Friendly
Our home page uses a “web responsive design” approach, which means it adapts its layout according to the user’s viewing environment. This allows us to provide an optimal user experience to users on desktops, tablets and mobile devices. All visitors will need to click the “Play” icon in order to start the video, and the video player detects connection speed and display the appropriate video stream for the user.
Tablet view: Watch Cisco Live Keynotes on your tablet directly from Cisco.com
Mobile View: Tablet view: Watch Cisco Live Keynotes on your mobile directly from Cisco.com
So if you’re browsing around on cisco.com during Cisco Live week, check out the home page and click the “Play” icon to see Cisco Live in action.
Be sure to mark your calendar with must watch keynotes, find out more about Cisco Live:
You can also follow @CiscoLive on Twitter and follow the #CLUS conversation.
Tags: #CLUS, cisco.com, digital engagement, home page, john chambers, Kahn Academy, live video feed, rob lloyd, Sal Kahn, user exerience, userexperience, UX, web responsive design
There’s a nice article by Web analysts SiteIQ this month about Cisco.com search, with the flattering headline “Cisco aces search again…” The post points out how we do little things like how we:
1. Link to Google for more search, in case you didn’t find what you were looking for, or if you want a second opinion…
2. Collect the highest-value links at the top of a page…
3. Offer search directly from our megamenus….
It’s an interesting short article worth a read. Enjoy!
Tags: design, search, user experience, userexperience
Decades ago it was common place for people to sit outside on the front porch and chat while they cooled down from the heat of the day. Once air conditioning came along, neighborhood dynamics changed as people moved indoors. Now social media is transforming the way we communicate with our neighbors. This time the change is allowing us to make new connections in a way that was never possible before.
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Tags: innovate, socialmedia
From Shirley Temple pulling Americans through the Great Depression to 2001: A Space Odyssey inspiring The Information Age to Star Wars giving us our next generation of scientists, astronauts, and futuristic technologies, video has always had the power to motivate and inspire us, now only imagine what it can do for your business.
Implementing video as a tool to transform and accelerate your business always needs an ROI and some pretty convincing numbers in order Read More »
Tags: business video, Cisco, corporate communications, dse, enterprise video, roi of collaboration
Cisco.com circa 1996.
(I will brace myself for the “bring it back!” comments. )
Tags: cisco.com, design, web experience