Attend Onsite Product Usability Testing or Tour Oracle HQ Usability Labs during Oracle OpenWorld 2014
By Gaamoth-Oracle on Aug 21, 2014
By Gozel Aamoth, Oracle Applications User Experience
Oracle OpenWorld is the world’s largest business and technology event, featuring thousands of sessions, including keynotes, technical sessions, demos, and hands-on labs. Hundreds of exhibitors will be sharing what they’re bringing to Oracle technology at this year’s conference, held in downtown San Francisco from Sept. 29-Oct. 2. If you are an Oracle customer or partner planning to attend this annual event, there are several ways to meet face-to-face with members of the Oracle Applications User Experience (UX) team. We’d like to invite you to sign up for a usability feedback session, or hop on one of our special chartered buses to tour Oracle HQ’s usability labs. Here’s more information about these exclusive events.
Onsite product usability testing: Give us your feedback!
If you have questions about this event, please contact Angela Johnston.
Take a tour of the Oracle HQ Usability Lab during OpenWorld 2014
Members of Applications UX team lead Oracle OpenWorld lab tour attendees
to the usability labs at Oracle headquarters in Redwood City, CA.
The Applications User Experience team will be offering a limited number of usability lab tours at Oracle Headquarters in Redwood City, Calif., during Oracle OpenWorld 2014. Come take a look behind the scenes of Oracle’s research and development work on Thursday, Oct. 2, or Friday, Oct. 3. Receive an exclusive look into how Oracle tests applications designs, and see the direction that Oracle’s enterprise applications are heading, including demos of designs for devices such as the tablet and smartphone.
Round-trip transportation will be provided. Pick-up and drop-off is at the InterContinental Hotel in San Francisco, next to Moscone West. Spots are limited, so sign up today!
How to reserve your spot
To learn more about our team’s presence at Oracle OpenWorld this year, please visit our website, UsableApps.
*Participation requires that your company or organization has a Customer Participation Confidentiality Agreement (CPCA) on file. If your company or organization does not have a CPCA on file, we will start this process.