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Oracle Openworld 2012

Oracle Openworld 2012

September 29 - October 4, 2012
San Francisco, California
http://www.oracle.com/openworld/register/2012/packages/index.html




Oracle’s Roadmap to a Simple, Modern User Experience

Jeremy Ashley
Jeremy Ashley

Presenters: Jeremy Ashley, Vice President Applications User Experience, 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.

Session ID: CON9467
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Time: 15:30 - 16:30
Location: Moscone West - 3002/3004

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Oracle Fusion Applications: Transforming Insight into Action advocate presentation

Jeremy Ashley Katie Candland Basheer Khan
Jeremy Ashley Katie Candland Basheer Khan

Presenters: Jeremy Ashley, Vice President Applications User Experience, Oracle; Katie Candland, Director Applications User Experience, Oracle; Basheer Khan, founder and CEO of Innowave Technology, an Oracle ACE Director for both Fusion Middleware and Applications, and a Fusion UX Advocate

Oracle has delivered a world-class user experience with Oracle Fusion Applications. User expectations in the modern world are dynamic, collaborative, contextual, and immediate -- and we know this because we are hot off the trail after talking and meeting with customers in our latest round of site visits. Come to this session to learn about the fundamentals of the Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience and how it drives end-user productivity. You will also hear about the future design trends to which Oracle is paying close attention, from iPads to social networking, and how these trends will impact your users down the road.

Session ID: CON9438
Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Time: 10:15 - 11:15
Location: Moscone West - 2007

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Oracle Fusion Applications: Customizing and Extending with Oracle Composers

Killian Evers Kristin Desmond
Killian Evers Kristin Desmond

Presenters: Killian Evers, Senior Director Application User Experience, Oracle; Kristin Desmond, Senior Manager User Experience, Oracle

While Oracle Fusion Applications provide robust out-of-the-box functionality, there may be areas you need to change to meet your business needs. This Oracle development session focuses on those customizations and extensions that a business analyst user can make, and ranges from changing the look-and-feel of a page, to customizing standard business objects, to adding a new business object and associated pages and application functionality, to changing workflows, defining security for new objects, and customizing reports using tools known as Oracle Composers.

Session ID: CON8718
Date: Thursday, October 4, 2012
Time: 11:15 - 12:15
Location: Moscone West - 2008

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OTN Lounge: Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience Design Patterns with ADF

Ultan O’Broin
Ultan O’Broin

Presenters: Ultan O'Broin, Director Oracle Applications User Experience

Functional design patterns that helped create the Oracle Fusion Applications user experience are now available!  Learn more about these new, reusable solutions and best-practices.

Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Time: 16:30  - 18:00
Location: OTN (Oracle Technology Network) Lounge: Howard Street tent

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Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Demo Station: Cutting-Edge Tools for Usability: Eye Tracking and Facial Analysis

This demo station will show new, cutting-edge tools in Oracle’s arsenal of enterprise usability evaluation methods: facial gesture analysis and eye-tracking. Enterprise applications should evoke delight and happiness while completing business-relevant tasks, without causing frustration or anguish. Emotional responses can be evaluated using webcam-based facial gesture recognition technology, coupled with automated machine learning algorithms. Recording users’ visual attention with eye-tracking methods can help inform the visibility, understandability, and navigation of page elements. We will show data summaries following each demo, and discuss how metrics are defined, and how design implications are made.

Location: Moscone Center, West Exhibition Hall Level 1, W-016

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Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Demo Station: Mobile User Experience for Fusion (SmartPhone and Tablet)

Having the right mobile applications for the workforce enhances productivity, efficiency, and employee morale and satisfaction. The Oracle User Experience team will be showing the latest design concepts for mobile enterprise applications on different mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Discuss the similarities, differences, advantages, and challenges of the mobile platform. Chat with us about how these applications and prototypes meet your needs.

Location: Moscone Center, West Exhibition Hall Level 1, W-015

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Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Demo Station: Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience Design Patterns with ADF will be showcased at the Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF Demo Station

Functional design patterns that helped create the Oracle Fusion Applications user experience are now available!  Learn more about these new, reusable solutions and best-practices at the Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF demopods during Oracle OpenWorld.

Location: Moscone Center, South Exhibition Hall Level 1, S-207

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Onsite Product Usability Testing LinkedIn
Conducted by Oracle’s User Experience team; Private Event (by invitation only)

Ever wonder about “the real story” behind how products become easy to use? The secret: lots of usability testing. Oracle is building many new applications and invites YOU to become part of the process.

Session objectives:

  • Introduce you to Oracle’s pioneering user-centered design process
  • Illustrate the Oracle Fusion Applications usability testing process
  • Explain how you can participate through Oracle’s Customer Participation Program

Date: Monday, October 1 - Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Time: This event is by invitation only – sign up here.
Location: Laurel Hill and Cathedral Hill, Intercontinental Hotel

Watch this video on youtube.com

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Exclusive Usability Lab Tours at Oracle Headquarters

We invite you to visit our state-of-the-art usability labs October 4-5. Hop on one of our special chartered buses and head to Oracle’s headquarters in Redwood Shores.

Our usability labs will be open for two days to allow our customers and partners to see firsthand how we test future product designs using innovative technology, including eye-tracking equipment and facial recognition software that helps track emotional responses to enterprise application screens. You’ll also get an early look at the direction our enterprise software is heading, including demos of designs for platforms such as the tablet and mobile phone. Tours will be offered on the following dates and times:

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Thursday, October 4, 2012

  1. 10:00am departure/ 1:15pm return
  2. 1:45pm departure/ 5:00pm return
Friday, October 5, 2012

  1. 10:00am departure/ 1:15pm return
  2. 1:45pm departure/ 5:00pm return
Round-trip transportation will be provided from the Moscone Center in San Francisco to Oracle Headquarters. Return times are estimated depending on traffic.  Advanced sign-up is recommended and spaces will be available on a first come, first serve basis.  In order to reserve a spot for yourself and your colleagues, please R.S.V.P. to angela.johnston@oracle.com with the following information for each attendee.

Name:
Company:
Job Title:
Email:
Mobile phone:
Preferred tour number:

Once we receive your email, you will receive a confirmation email.  One week prior to the event, you will receive another email with detailed instructions on meeting location.

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