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Updates from Oracle Apps UX Team

10 December 2013

Have a look what Apps UX team recommends this month.

#1: GET A LOOK AT THE SIMPLIFIED UI FOR ORACLE CLOUD APPLICATIONS: See what the entry user experience looks like in Oracle Fusion Applications as the Oracle Applications User Experience team demonstrates the future direction of the Oracle user experience. Our user experience designs embrace the themes of simplicity, mobility, and extensibility. Watch the following videos to see how these themes are incorporated. Visit the Usable Apps web site for more information on the user experience of Oracle Cloud Applications.

•    Oracle HCM Cloud: Simplified UI for the Employee
•    Oracle HCM Cloud: Simplified UI for the Manager
•    Tailoring Simplified UI in the Oracle Applications Cloud
•    Oracle Sales Cloud: Simplified UI for Sales


Check this post on the Voice of User Experience (VoX) blog for more on the strategy behind the Simplified UI for Sales in the Oracles Sales Cloud. Or read about Release 7 in this post, “Simplified User Interface in Fusion HCM,” from Tim Warner, an implementation consultant and Oracle ACE.

#2: PEOPLESOFT AND SIEBEL: These videos from OpenWorld 2013 showcase the user experience highlights in Oracle product families. 

•    Video  on the PeopleSoft user experience between Jeff Robbins, Senior Director, Product Development, and UX Sales Ambassador Jim Marion
•    Video on the Siebel user experience between Uma Welingkar, Senior Director, Product Management, and UX Sales Ambassador Michael Klein


#3: LOOKING AHEAD TO THE NEXT-GENERATION USER EXPERIENCE:
Applications UX Communications & Outreach team members Misha Vaughan and Ultan O’Broin explore the possibilities in wearable technology with two posts on new technology and how it will change the user experience. Read Vaughan’s post  on Google Glass in the Voice of User Experience, or VoX, blog, “Will You Be Wearing Your Enterprise Application Data?” Then head over to O’Broin’s post  on the Usable Apps blog, “Dress Code 2.0: Wearables.”

#4: Amy Lee of Cruxial CIO writes about user experience practices and the Oracle user experience process in her online article, “Faulty Design Causes Sales To Plummet.”

#5: Floyd Teter of EiS Technologies, a longtime friend of the Applications User Experience team, heads to the top of the list of “25 More Twitter Feeds Every Oracle User Should Follow.” Visit the Forbes.com blog to see who else is on the list.

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