Check out the latest from the Oracle Apps UX Team. This group, which sponsored the ODTUG Scavenger Hunt at Kscope16, stays on the edge of everything UX.
Submitted by Kathy Miedema, Oracle Apps UX
NEW ERP POST ON FORBES.COM: Enterprise resource planning applications are highly complex systems. But the navigation and overall user experience should be as simple as possible. Oracle Thought Leader Jeremy Ashley, the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) Group Vice President, writes about the Oracle ERP Cloud in OracleVoice: ERP UX Must Be Simple, Even When The Data Is Complex.
BEHIND THE "WOW" OF THE SMART OFFICE: Noel Portugal, from the AppsLab, the OAUX emerging technologies team, writes about what you can see if you catch the Smart Office demo right now in “The Future of Work: What does a Smart Office look like today?” For a look at the emerging technology research behind all of the cool things you can see, visit the UsableApps Storify page for a new post, “Building a 'smart office' with today's emerging technology.”
AUGMENTING REALITY: Oh wait, there’s more news from the emerging technology team! In a new post on the Voice of User Experience, or VoX, blog, “Teaching old(er) emerging-tech dogs new tricks,” we talk about augmented reality and visualizations. And context. And, of course, user experience.
CLOUD UX RAPID DEVELOPMENT KIT (RDK): Developer Timo Hahn's JDev and ADF Goodies blog posts about using the OAUX team’s Cloud UX RDK with Oracle Development Cloud Service for continuous integration. This is a four-part (!) blog series based on the DOAG DevCamp 2016 session on how to use the service, says Oracle’s Ultan O’Broin.
WHERE HAVE WE BEEN LATELY? It's been a globe-trotting spring. For more on what we did and where – from demos to feedback sessions to presentations – check the following posts for the details.
- Modern CX: Millennials, Oracle’s Modern CX conference, and the future of work
- Oracle Partner Summits: Oracle Partner Network invites OAUX along to HCM Cloud, ERP Cloud summits
- AppsLab Roundup: The April That Was and Our Plans for May and June
- Onsite lab activities: The Product Usability Testing Lab is Springing into Summer