June 23-27, 2013
New Orleans, LA
to a Simple, Modern User Experience In Fusion Apps
Presenters: Jeremy Ashley, Vice President Applications User Experience, Oracle; Misha Vaughan, User Experience Architect, Oracle
Are you looking to wow your employees with a user interface that is simple, modern, and compelling? Learn how Oracle’s drive toward enhancing productivity helps you achieve value from your applications investment. We’ll show you how you can exceed your employees’ desire for enterprise data -- delivered on any device, and then explain how to reduce the cost of your user interface customizations, configurations, and extensions.
Simplify your user experience. Lower implementation costs. Increase productivity. Delight your users.
These are the core principles behind Oracle’s User Experience strategy across our applications. Learn how Oracle meets your needs in each of these areas with our complete user experience strategy.
Date: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
CRUX (CRUD meets UX): Oracle Fusion Applications Functional UI Design Patterns in Oracle ADF
Presenters: Ultan O'Broin, Director, User Experience, Oracle Applications User Experience, and Fusion UX Advocate; Grant Ronald, Oracle
Oracle has invested in user experience (UX) science for Fusion Applications. How can ADF developers benefit? This session explains the top functional UI design patterns and how using them with ADF brings a Forms-based CRUD UI to new levels of usability and user productivity.
Date: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Time: 8:30 - 9:30
ODTUG Kscope 2013 Demo Station: The New Entry Experience for Oracle Fusion Applications, Mobile, Design Patterns, & Eye-Tracking
Are you looking for a simple, current, and productive way for your users to perform key, quick-entry tasks while still having direct access to the full Fusion Applications functionality? Stop by the Oracle Applications User Experience demo station and discover the new entry experience for Oracle Fusion Applications. The Applications User Experience team will also show the latest design concepts for mobile enterprise applications on different mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Having the right mobile applications for your workforce enhances productivity, efficiency, and employee morale and satisfaction. Discuss the similarities, differences, advantages, and challenges of the mobile platform. Chat with us about how these applications and prototypes meet your needs. Our team also wants to show you how using both enterprise and mobile design patterns in your customizations can extend the value of your applications, while also promoting standardization and consistency. And, get a look at the cutting-edge tools in Oracle’s arsenal of usability evaluation methods, such as eye-tracking. Recording users’ visual attention with eye-tracking methods can help inform the visibility, understandability, and navigation of page elements. Discuss with us how metrics are defined, and how design implications are made.