By mvaughan on Aug 23, 2011
and Oracle are coming together for a day-long exchange of user experience best
practices. This is the first in a two-part exchange. This effort is being lead by myself and Delia
Grenville, User Experience Program Manager, Corporate Platform Office, Intel.
Delia Grenville, Intel
Intel will be engaging with Oracle's Applications User Experience team to understand how they've been able build a mature, multidisciplinary UX organization. As a co-owner of the event, I asked Delia if she could put into words for me what she hopes to get out of the day.
MV: What was your motivation for contacting Oracle about running an event on user experience best practices?
I was looking for organizations that had well-established best practices in user
experience. Oracle is in its third
generation of user experience evolution and is a mature user experience
organization. We saw that Oracle had a
lot to offer.
MV: What is the benefit of talking to Oracle, isn't Intel just a hardware company?
DG: Actually, at Intel we understand that developing compelling computing experiences require a host of elements including hardware and software.
Oracle as a software company has valuable user experience expertise. We are interested in how Oracle delivered user experience across platforms, and how Oracle integrates user experience across the product development lifecycle.
MV: How did you convince Intel this was a good idea?
DG: We have a lot of progressive thought leaders in our business groups who value and understand the importance of user experience. Our business leaders are looking to gain every user experience advantage while building Intel products. They were excited by a cross-company conversation that would allow us to exchange ideas with other thought leaders just as committed the importance of user experience. This is a unique opportunity.
Thanks very much Delia!
More to come…