By mvaughan on Mar 27, 2012
By Kathy Miedema, Oracle Applications User Experience
Are you building your Collaborate 2012 agenda? Leave room for a stop at the demogrounds while you’re in Las Vegas from April 22-26.
In addition to several presentations on the Oracle user experience, the Applications User Experience (UX) team will be on the demo grounds with a new eye-tracking tool, as well as demos that showcase new user experience designs. Check out our cutting-edge technology, which we use to obtain feedback that helps improve the user experience of Oracle applications, and see what our next-generation designs are in the HCM and FIN user experiences.
Photo by Martin Taylor – Oracle Applications User Experience
An Apps UX team member demonstrates what happens during an eye-tracking test. The dots on the screen show were test participants were looking and how long they spent at each point in the page.
The UX team will also be staffing an on-site lab at Collaborate. At on-site labs, conference participants can sign up to join customer feedback sessions on several different kinds of work flow designs, from HCM to FIN to CRM to mobile. The feedback UX team members collect helps inform and fine-tune the user experiences being designed for next-generation applications. At Collaborate12, for example, user experience designs around Help and organizational charts will be tested for usability.
The Apps UX team brings on-site labs to many major user group conferences, including OpenWorld 2012 in October in San Francisco. Stay tuned to find out when our recruiters are ready to sign up participants, or leave a comment below to find out whether an on-site lab will be at your next conference.
For information on the following presentations, which will be delivered by Apps UX team members, check the Usable Apps Events page.
• The Fusion Applications User Experience: Transforming Work into Insight
• Customizations Under the Covers – Making Fusion Applications Your Own
• OAUG Fusion Middleware SIG (FMWSIG)
• 18 Months with Fusion Applications – Stories From The Trenhes
• PeopleTools Tips and Techniques