IT offerings in a familiar format … The Restaurant Menu

SharePoint Menu

Interior page of a SharePoint Menu

When internal IT offers up new technologies to its business partners it needs to do so in a way that is quickly grasped and immediately useful.  Business is often too busy doing, well, business, to take extra time.

Having a catalog of IT services is one step, but what if we go further and have a menu of services?

External Internal PNG’s to be printed on one sheet.

To see what that might be like, I mocked up a potential SharePoint services offering in the form of a brochure.  Borrowing heavily from restaurant menu design, I think I came up with something that can quickly be understood because of that familiarity.

Not only does it address the technical offerings, but it tries to encompass a complete solution, including training, further enhancements, and possible use cases.

I envision this as being used not so much as a stand alone product, but something that would be handed out after an introductory presentation (formal or informal).  It could be taken by a business representative as a reminder of what is possible, while they contemplate what they would like to do.

MS Publisher version of this brochure available upon request.

About John

Interested in how information intersects daily life, technology, and art. Collaboration specialist, working in social and collaborative media. Biomedical Informaticist, focusing on patient/patient, patient/provider communication.
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