Soon, we’re going to be making some updates to the product category pages on Cisco.com. That’s pages like the ones for Switches, Routers, Voice and Unified Communication, Security and about
There’s a great article on Search Engine Land that gives an overview of our ūmi home telepresence area, and, probably unintentionally, underscores the strategy we followed in our new design
We got some spirited input from many of you about the toolbar on the bottom of Cisco.com pages. While you can collapse it to move it out of the way,
More than a year ago, we introduced a feature in the Cisco.com download flow that allows you to download multiple images at once, which are stored in a cart. This
Visitors to WebEx.com will notice the site has been updated recently with a brand new look, including streamlined navigation and page designs. In style and format the site is now
Yesterday, Bill Skeet posted an update on a list of improvements we’ve made to the main support experience on Cisco.com. In a related effort, we’ve also been working on some
It’s a little thing, but over the past couple of weeks we’ve done some tuning up of the Cisco.com home page: It loads faster Menus and other interactive functions become
One thing I really like in web designs is when even the smallest elements of a site are kept in context to the subject. For instance, all of the error
A while back, I mentioned a new product comparison function we’re experimenting with on Cisco.com. We’re piloting the first one on a Cisco Small Business 100 Series Unmanaged Switches comparison.
Cisco is once again rated in the upper echelon – just behind Facebook and Google – in the respected 2011 ByteLevel Research Web Globalization Score Card of 250 global corporations.