Monday Oct 28, 2013

Sangam 13: Hyderabad, India

by Teena Singh, Oracle Applications User Experience

Sangam 13

The AIOUG (All India Oracle User Group) will be hosting Sangam 13 November 8th and 9th in Hyderabad, India. The first Sangam conference was in 2009 and the AppsUX team has been involved with the conference and user group membership since 2011. We are excited to be returning to the conference and meeting Oracle end users there.

For the first time at Sangam the AppsUX team will host an Onsite Usability Lab at the conference. If you or one of your team members is attending the conference and interested in attending a pre-scheduled one on one usability session, contact gozel.aamoth@oracle.com. In addition to pre-scheduled sessions in the Onsite Usability Lab, our team will also be hosting Walk In studies.  Whether you have 5 minutes, 15 minutes, or half an hour, you can experience a one on one demo learn more about how user testing is conducted with a UX expert. Additionally, you can learn how you and your company can participate in future design and user research activities.

The AppsUX team will also be available at the Oracle booth in the Demo area if you want to ask questions.

Finally, you can learn how simplicity, consistency, and emerging trends are driving the applications user experience strategy at Oracle when you attend Thomas Wolfmaier's (Director of SCM User Experience, Oracle) presentation on:

Applications User Experiences In the Cloud: Trends and Strategy,  November 8th, 2013.

For further information on our team’s involvement in the conference, please refer to the events page on Usable Apps here.

Friday Feb 08, 2013

Apps UX Team on the Road: Oracle Usability Lab at Alliance 2013 Conference

By Gozel Aamoth, Oracle Applications User Experience

People
Wei Zhou and Gozel Aamoth from the Oracle Applications User Experience team welcome participants at Alliance 2012 in Nashville, Tenn.

Are you or your colleagues planning to attend the Alliance 2013 conference in Indianapolis this year? If yes, we’d like you to know that the Apps UX team will pack their bags and bring the usability lab to this user group conference. For the fifth consecutive year, Higher Education, Public Sector and Federal users of Oracle Applications will have an opportunity to collaborate with usability experts. Sign up for one of our exclusive user feedback sessions to get a peek at next-generation enterprise applications and learn about Oracle’s pioneering user-centered design process.

The usability lab will be open two days: Monday, March 18th, and Tuesday, March 19th, at the JW Marriott Indianapolis Hotel, Room #202. Attend a one-hour session where our usability experts will guide you through practical learning sessions covering aspects of business applications and more.

Who can participate: Employees, Business Analysts, Subject Matter Experts, Managers of all levels, and Students.

Give us your feedback on: PeopleSoft HCM Home Page, PeopleSoft HCM Manager Self Service, PeopleSoft FUSE Campus Solutions, and Fusion Help Design.

How do I sign up: This event fills up quickly, and seats are limited. Advance registration is required. RSVP now by sending an email to Gozel Aamoth at gozel.aamoth@oracle.com.  

To learn more about the team’s presentations and involvement at this conference, please visit UsableApps.

Friday Aug 10, 2012

Tour Oracle’s Usability Labs during OOW 2012

By the Oracle Applications User Experience team

Oracle invites you to tour our state-of-the-art usability labs Oct. 4-5 during Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco. Hop on one of our special chartered buses and head to Oracle’s headquarters in Redwood Shores.

lab tour bus
If you have a reservation, look for a bus like this one near Moscone West in San Francisco.

Our labs will be open for two days to allow our customers to see firsthand how we test future product designs using the latest technology, including eye-tracking equipment and facial recognition software that helps track emotional responses to enterprise application screens. You’ll also get an early look at the direction our enterprise software is heading, including demos of designs for platforms such as the tablet and mobile phone.

Transportation from the Moscone Center in San Francisco to Oracle’s headquarters will be offered for tours on Thursday, Oct. 4, and Friday, Oct. 5, only. If you or your colleagues are interested in joining a lab tour, sign up now to reserve your spot.

lab tour photo
In this lab tour, the group looks into one of Oracle’s smaller labs, which is set up like an office, from a control room.

Wednesday Jun 13, 2012

We need you! Sign up now to give Oracle your feedback on future product design trends at OpenWorld 2012

By Kathy Miedema, Oracle Applications User Experience

Get the most from your Oracle OpenWorld 2012 experience and participate in a usability feedback session, where your expertise will help Oracle develop unbeatable products and solutions. Sign up to attend a one-hour session during Oracle OpenWorld. You’ll learn about Oracle’s future design trends -- including mobile applications and social networking -- and how these trends will affect your users down the road.

OpenWorld Exterior 2011

A street scene from Oracle OpenWorld 2011.

Oracle’s usability experts will guide you through practical learning sessions on the user experience of various business applications, middleware, and more. All user feedback sessions will be conducted October 1–3 at the InterContinental San Francisco Hotel on Howard Street, just a few steps away from the Moscone Center.

To best match you with a user feedback activity, we will ask you about your role at your company. Our user feedback opportunities include focus groups, surveys, and one-on-one sessions with usability engineers.

What do you get out of it? Customer and partner participants in the past have been surprised to learn how tuned in Oracle is to work that their applications users do every day. Oracle’s User Experience team members are trained to listen carefully, ask specific questions, interpret your answers, and work with designers to create products and solutions that suit your needs. Our goal is to help make you and your users more productive and efficient.

Learn about Oracle’s process, and take advantage of the chance to give your specific feedback to the designers who create the enterprise applications of your future. See for yourself how Oracle collects feedback and measures its designs for turning them into code.

Seats are limited for Oracle’s user feedback sessions, so sign up now by sending an e-mail to Gozel.Aamoth@oracle.com with the subject line: Sign Me Up for an Oracle OpenWorld 2012 UX Session.

For more information about customer feedback sessions and what you can learn from them, please visit the Usable Apps website.


When: Monday-Wednesday during OpenWorld 2012, Oct. 1-3

Where: The InterContinental San Francisco Hotel

How to sign up: RSVP now by sending an email to gozel.aamoth@oracle.com with the subject line “Sign me up for an OOW 2012 UX Session.”

Learn more: Visit the Usable Apps website at Get Involved.



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