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Special Report: User Experience

June 2014

The Oracle Development Tools User Group’s Kscope14 conference will take place June 22–26, 2014 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington. There, Oracle developers will be able to hear directly from the Oracle User Experience (UX) group about topics such as Oracle’s mobile UX strategy for Cloud Applications, and to demo the new simplified user interface in the Oracle Applications Cloud.


Here, learn more about what’s happening at ODTUG’s Kscope 14, discover more about today’s UX trends, and take a closer look at Oracle’s UX solutions.

Great Expectations
Profit talks to Oracle’s Jeremy Ashley, vice president of the Oracle Applications User Experience group, about how his team meets the demands of increasingly savvy, mobile users who expect continuous improvement in applications they need to get their jobs done.

Press Release: Light Touch, Simple, Consumer-Like User Experiences on Smartphones and Tablets Usher in Next Generation of Oracle Applications Cloud
Oracle announced enhancements to the Oracle Applications user experience, which will help organizations deliver the best possible user experience and maximize the value of their business-critical applications.

Maker Movement Fuels Apps, Robots, and Internet of Things
This year’s MakerCon event aimed to “celebrate makers and making,” highlight innovation and ingenuity, explore the potential of tools and technology, and “visualize the future”—all with an emphasis on new product demonstrations.

Innovation Challenge, Guadalajara, Mexico
Twenty-six developers from the Oracle Mexico Development Center were given an intense challenge: use Oracle Endeca to discover interesting relationships between Twitter data and Profit content—and in 36 hours, build a usable application for an IT manager.

Can Lean Principles Change the Software Development Process
Jeff Gothelf, co-author of Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience, explains the principles of Lean UX, why cross-functional teams build better software—and how to get workers out of their comfort zones so they can contribute the best ideas.

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