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Customer Successes: Considering the User in the Design Process

Oracle Partner Builds User Experience That Hits Right Note for New Employees
By Teena Singh July 15, 2013

In the enterprise world of user experience, it’s important to make a good first impression. This definitely holds true for enterprise software that onboards or welcomes a new employee. The onboarding experience is critical—it introduces the employee to the corporate culture and sets the stage for the employee’s further engagement with the company.

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BYU-Hawaii Goes to The Users for Guidance in Redesign
By Teena Singh and Kathy Miedema Apr. 7, 2011

When the time came for Brigham Young University (BYU)-Hawaii to redesign its Web site in 2009, it just made sense that, in order to improve the university’s Web site, talking to the university’s major group of users - students - was at the top of the to-do list. …

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City Web Site Hits Jackpot with User-Centered Approach
By Vito Loconte and Misha Vaughan Oct. 25, 2010

In 2004, Joseph Marcella, the CIO/Director of Information Technologies for the City of Las Vegas, had a big problem on his hands. There were endlessly long lines at every counter in the Las Vegas city hall, and the city Web site seemed to be generating more customer service calls…

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Painting a New Web Experience with Oracle’s PeopleSoft products
By Teena Singh July 9, 2010

By understanding who their users are and what their wants and needs are from a college Web site, the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) is learning how to deliver content more effectively. MICA has done many upgrades and redesigns in the past, but the college’s most recent implementation…

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