Knowledge Hub Page Demo
for Internal Teams
What is a Knowledge Hub Website Landing Page and Its Purpose?
The overall purpose of a knowledge hub website landing page is to make it easy for users to access and explore the wealth of information available on the site and address their frequently asked questions, thus fostering a positive user experience. It also serves to help you, as the project owner, save time, energy, and resource, from repeating to answer the same questions over and over again. Additionally, it serves to create a cultural communication mechanism within the organization so information is consistent.
Our example on this page is to demonstrate a specific category within the project cycle. The category for this page is about project communication, to keep the internal team actively aware. Thus, this sample page does not show information about the pre-contract award activities like the project research or proposal. It is specifically organized to focus solely on helping the project team navigate information about the project that they are currently, and actively, working on. In addition, providing project communication tips.
Below This Section is Where the Demo of
"Project Communication" Starts
Knowledge Hub Demo Page for Visitors to Be Informed About Project Overview and Changes, Roadmap and Timeline, and Files and Documents.
Example of Project Categories
This is a demo section with AI Video examples for project communication.
This is a demo section of document templates for project communication. This is just a placeholder to demonstrate where ease of access to information can be placed by clicking on the thumbnail image. The images are not clickable, as this is a demo.
Project Comment Form
This is a sample form and not actually live.
This form can trigger an automation process where it can compile a list of team comments for the Project Manager to review and take action on. This helps keep things organized and trackable.
Positive Performance Feedback
Positive performance feedback is essential for motivating and reinforcing a project team’s efforts. Communicating specific and positive feedback helps reinforce positive behaviors and encourages the team to continue delivering exceptional results.