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Latest OAUX Team Updates

2 February 2016

A round up of the latest news and information from our friends in the Oracle Applications User Experience team...

UKOUG Conference Review:

Interested in what the OAUX team did at UKOUG’s 2015 Applications Conference and Exhibition 2015 in the United Kingdom in December? Read about the community quest, sessions, and more on Storify or VoX.   

Looking back at 2015:

Asteroids and Amazon Echo won the popularity contest for Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) posts in 2015. We studied the stats to see which OAUX posts from across our channels caught readers' attention. Head to the Voice of User Experience, or VoX, blog to see what you might have missed the first time around. The Usable Apps blog also offers a nice retrospective post on smartwatches in 2015, a hot topic the whole year.

Still Thinking About OpenWorld:

Profit Online takes a look at the OAUX Exchange, a special event held at Oracle OpenWorld every year, in this new article. In case you missed it, look for a cameo from OAUX Group Vice President Jeremy Ashley in this OpenWorld 2015 video from Oracle executives on cloud applications development.  And Lucas Jellema, a friend of the OAUX team from Amis, announced a whitepaper covering Oracle OpenWorld 2015 that shows how the philosophies of the OAUX team came through in demos shown at the conference. Download the whitepaper here.

Mixing Community & Innovation:

Go to VoX for a new post on how beacons helped walkers during the American Heart Association’s Bay Area Heart Walk. This is part of an ongoing effort to use our training and innovative technology in community-oriented projects. 


You can find out more about Cloud applications and hear other customer journeys at OUG Ireland 2016:

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