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UK Oracle User Group Applications Conference & Exhibition 2014

December 8-10, 2014
Arena and Convention Centre, Liverpool, UK
Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, L34FP
http://apps14.ukoug.org/



Applications Innovation Community Keynote
Presenter: Jeremy Ashley, Vice President, Oracle Applications User Experience

Jeremy Ashley
Jeremy Ashley

The Oracle Applications Cloud user experience design strategy is about simplicity, mobility, and extensibility. See what we mean by simplicity as we demo our latest cloud user experiences and show you only the essential information you need for your work. Learn how we are addressing mobility, by delivering the best user experience for each device as you access your enterprise data in the cloud. We’ll also talk about the future of enterprise experiences and the latest trends we see emerging in the consumer market. And finally, understand what we mean by extensibility after hearing a high-level overview of the tools designed for tailoring the cloud user experience. With this team, you will always get a glimpse into the future, so we know you will be inspired about the future of the cloud.

Date: Monday, Dec. 8, 2014
Time: 10:30 – 11:20 a.m.
Location:TBD (see below)

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Apps14 Plenary Keynote
Co-Presenter: Jeremy Ashley, Vice President, Oracle Applications User Experience

Jeremy Ashley
Jeremy Ashley

The simplified UI is a strategic differentiator for Oracle's Applications Cloud. That same user experience best practice is now also being applied to EBS and PeopleSoft. In addition, Oracle is extending that best practice into the applications technology tool sets to allow customers to build and extend the same quality experience.

Date: Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014
Time:10:45 – 10:55 a.m.
Location: Main stage

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PeopleSoft Fluid UI – PeopleSoft User Experience Update
Presenter: Harris Kravatz, Director, Oracle Applications User Experience

Harris Kravatz
Harris Kravatz

Learn about the new PeopleSoft Fluid UI for Release 9.2. Get a demo of the new Fluid UI features including Fluid Homepages, Tiles, Navbar, User Personalization, and Guided Self Service. See how PeopleSoft has simplified navigation to place users’ most important tasks and information one tap away. Learn how high-quality user experiences are created at Oracle, and the role that the Applications User Experience group plays in producing engaging and consistent user experiences.

Date: Wednesday, Dec.10, 2014
Time: 2:30 – 3:20 p.m.
Location:TBD (see below)

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UX Wearables at Work
Presenter: Noel Portugal, Manager, Oracle Applications User Experience

Noel Portugal
Noel Portugal

Wearable technology such as glasses with heads-up displays, smart watches and wristbands that use sensors, cameras, and GPS and voice capability are a hot topic for sporting and fitness fans. But wearables also enable hands-free working, automatic data-gathering, and use business information to augment the tasks people love doing in work and to automate the tasks they don’t. In this session, find out what wearables mean for users of ERP, CRM, HCM and other applications in the cloud or on premise. Learn the wearables design fundamentals to apply when building a solution for the enterprise. See demonstrations from Oracle of wearable user experiences that partners and customers can benefit from, all built with Oracle technology and shared user experience insight.

Date: Monday, Dec. 8, 2014
Time: 12 – 12:50 p.m.
Location:TBD (see below)

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Oracle UX Roundtable
Presenter: Noel Portugal, Manager, Oracle Applications User Experience

Noel Portugal
Noel Portugal

A wristband that can unlock and start your car based on a unique cardiac rhythm. Head-mounted displays that layer digital information over reality. Computers, robots, drones, and more controlled with a wave of the hand or a flick of the wrist. Everyday objects connected to the Internet that convey information in an ambient way. Fully functional computers on tiny sticks. Invisible fences that control the flow of data. Science fiction isn’t fiction anymore, and people aren’t tied to PCs and desks. Everything is a device, everything is connected, everything is smart, and everything is an experience. Come see the R&D work of Oracle’s Applications User Experience team and explore new devices, trends, and platforms.

Date: Monday, Dec. 8, 2014
Time: 3 – 3:50 p.m.
Location:TBD (see below)

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Onsite Product Usability TestingLinkedInfacebook

Gozel Aamoth Jeannette Chadwick
Gozel Aamoth Jeannette Chadwick

The Oracle Applications User Experience team will conduct usability testing on-site at the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) Applications Conference & Exhibition 2014 in Liverpool, UK, and you are invited to participate.

Usability testing is an important part of Oracle’s software application development lifecycle, and it offers Oracle customers and partners opportunities to contribute to and influence application design and direction through feedback or suggestions while test-driving Oracle’s next-generation applications.

Usability testing helps Oracle usability engineers:
  • Understand user profiles, user roles, detailed task flows, and challenges that users encounter.
  • Identify and fix potential usability challenges in early prototypes.
  • Measure performance on released applications to identify next-generation enhancement opportunities.
Why should you sign up to participate*?
  • You will have the chance to test-drive our applications before they go to market.
  • Your feedback will directly affect Oracle’s existing and future usability, helping us develop applications that are intuitive and easy to use.
  • Testing lets you explore new and innovative ideas around application design.

Date: Monday, Dec. 8, and Tuesday, Dec. 9
Time: Advance sign-up is required for this event. RSVP now.
Location: ACC Liverpool in Liverpool, UK. Conference room #14.
Questions: Contact Gozel Aamoth.

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Social Reception – Oracle Applications User Experience Demo Station: The Future of What Your Employees Will Touch, See, & Hear
Co-Presenter: Jeremy Ashley, Vice President, Oracle Applications User Experience

You’re invited to join members of Oracle’s Applications User Experience team as part of the Cool Britannia social event Tuesday evening as we showcase future applications technologies, mobile and wearable devices, and Oracle Applications Cloud User Experience designs. We are watching how work is changing and doing heavy research and development with our customers on what this transformation means. Come to see the new simplified user interface for workers who need a light-weight user interface, hear about a new way to interact with your enterprise by smart phone when you're on the go, and learn how to manipulate massive amounts of data elegantly through gestures on a tablet.

Date: Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014
Time:7 – 8 p.m.
Location: The Galleria

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