Special Report: User Experience
At Collaborate 2013, Oracle's Jeremy Ashley, Vice President of Applications User Experience and Oracle ACE Director Floyd Teter presented Oracle's Roadmap to a Simple, Modern User Experience In Fusion Apps. There, business leaders learned how Oracle's drive toward enhancing productivity can help them achieve more value from their applications investment. Find out more about their presentation on April 8, plus learn more about creating an experience that makes it easier for employees to work together.
Can Lean Principles Change the Software Development Process?
Find out how to use lean principles to rebuild the software development process at your company: “Lean UX seeks to take the team through the design phase very, very quickly in order to spend less time designing the wrong products, more time designing the right products,” says Lean UX author Jeff Gothelf.
Modernizing the Oracle PeopleSoft User Experience User Experience, Mobile Strategies Define Focus for Oracle Enterprise Apps
Creating a better user experience is a top priority across all of Oracle’s various applications suites. These developments are in keeping with Oracle’s Applications Unlimited commitment to continue enhancing current applications product lines while simultaneously developing next-generation Fusion Applications.
Here's a look at the user experience and mobile strategies that Oracle executives talked about for Oracle's key application product families at OpenWorld 2012. Expect to see a sharp focus on these two areas in coming releases.
Podcast: A Simple, Modern User Experience
Jeremy Ashley, Vice President of Oracle Applications User Experience, talks about Oracle's roadmap to a simple, modern user experience for Oracle Fusion Applications. Listen to learn more about the strategy behind Project FUSE.
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For two decades, Oracle has invested significant resources in the research and development of user experience. Profit
followed Oracle's team through various UX engagements to see how their research is transformed into results.