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November Updates from the OAUX Team

4 November 2015

The team's OpenWorld story, new PaaS4SaaS tools, recent articles and Apps15

Oracle OpenWorld 2015

What a great conference for the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team in 2015! To get a good look at the many activities this team took part in, visit our Storify post, “At Oracle OpenWorld 2015 with the Cloud User Experience team.” You'll see several of our favorite tweets from the last week in October, where the Cloud user experience was in the spotlight during Oracle OpenWorld 2015 in San Francisco.

New PaaS4SaaS Tools

The OAUX team has launched a Rapid Development Kit to help partners grow their Oracle Applications Cloud business and offer more value to customers. It’s a work in progress, but the design patterns for Release 10 are already available for download via ebook. See why user-centricity, simplicity, and consistency remain front and center in Cloud user experience designs. Check out the Forbes Oracle Voice interview with Ultan O’Broin, who leads the partner enablement effort for the OAUX team. The Voice of User Experience (VoX) blog has also published a recent post on extensibility in Release 10.


UX News on Oracle Voice

OAUX Group Vice President Jeremy Ashley, who leads the OAUX team, tackles new trends in the workforce and, specifically, what the OAUX team is doing in regard to mobility on’s Oracle Voice in Mobile UX: We're No Longer Slaves To The System.


UKOUG President Linda Barker explored the UX Lab tour whilst at Oracle OpenWorld this year which she wrote about in a recent blog post. You too can meet the OAUX team and get involved in their UX Lab activities at Apps15 this December! 

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