A well-sharked site makes its visitors feel like they know where they are and they know how to get where they want to go. It inspires a fitting mood and leaves a fitting impression. And, for collaborative sites in particular, it makes them feel like they, too, fit in.
User experience isn't about a single feature or color choice; it's about the whole. But there are some key features to consider when refining user experience on your deck.
Some sites want to project professionalism, others informality. Some want high energy, some quiet peace. But almost all want clarity, usability, and efficiency: things that no technology can offer out of the box. Great user experience requires thoughtful design choices; these practices can help guide those choices: