August 21 - 22, 2012
Crafting the World-class Oracle Applications User Experience
Presenters:Oracle panel includes Director Ultan O'Broin, Applications User Experience; Basheer Khan, founder and CEO of Innowave Technology, an Oracle ACE Director for both Fusion Middleware and Applications, and a Fusion UX Advocate
User expectations in the modern world are dynamic, collaborative, contextual, and immediate, influenced by consumer trends as well as work demands. We know this because we are hot off the trail after talking with real customers of many different roles on site, and observing them at work, worldwide. Learn about the fundamentals of the Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience, and how E-Business Suite and other apps influenced and benefited from that user experience, and how we drive end user productivity with a user experience that has been carefully crafted and scientifically tested on our users. You will also hear about the future design trends that Oracle is paying close attention to, from iPads to social networking to gamification, and how these trends will benefit your users down the road by giving them a cutting edge user experience they will recognize from their own world and be delighted by, enabling new levels of productivity for your enterprise, be your users working in the office or the road.
Date: Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Time: 11:40 – 12:25
Track: Middleware and Other Applications
Oracle InSync12 Demo Station: “User Experience for Fusion HCM and PeopleSoft Usability Highlights, Mobile Design Pattern Viewer, and Icon Surveys”
This demo station will showcase new Fusion HCM and PeopleSoft 9.1 Feature Pack 2 usability highlights. The User Experience Team will also show how Oracle uses Mobile Design Patterns to build cutting edge applications and also how customers can leverage the same design patterns to build their own custom applications for mobile devices. You may also participate in a icon survey, offering your feedbackdirectly to one of our Principal Visual Designers. We will explain how the Oracle User Experience Team uses a user-centered design method to better understand how customers work and how interaction and visual design implications are made.