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OAUX Team Updates – January

OAUX team at Apps14

8 January 2015

Check out the team’s round up from their UK events in December and find out what’s in store this year...

OAUX at Apps14

The Oracle Applications User Experience team held several very focused events in the United Kingdom, timed to coincide with the UKOUG Apps14 conference.

Visit the Usable Apps Storify channel for an overview in tweets and images called “In the U.K.: Special Events and Apps14 with UKOUG.”

Debra Lilley, OAUX Speaker and long time friend of the team, also wrote an article on user experience for UKOUG’s current issue of Oracle Scene magazine.

What’s coming in 2015?

The team will be in Santa Fe, Mexico, next. Register now for one of their executive briefings for select partners and customers, where you'll see the strategy and roadmap for the Oracle user experience. Read the Voice of User Experience (VoX) blog for more information or go to the registration page directly.

The VoX blog also has a post on what’s next for the Oracle Applications Cloud user experiences and the Usable Apps Events pages shows where the OAUX team members will be in 2015.

Release 9: Head to the VoX blog for new posts with screenshots of Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle ERP Cloud

UX Direct: The Oracle Applications User Experience team continues to take the pulse of customers and obtain feedback on making usability a priority. The UX Direct site has been updated to include new design tools to help Oracle customers move toward cloud applications and understand how to simplify solutions. Explore the simple checklists for UX Readiness for Cloud and Design Best Practices.

Whether you are deploying applications as-is or customising, extending or building solutions to fit to your business needs, you will find the simple, user-centred process useful for increasing adoption. Download best practices for introducing user-centred design thinking into your IT enterprise deployments. For Oracle partners moving toward cloud applications, we also have other new resources available online:

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