If you were lucky enough to catch one of our usability lab tours during Oracle OpenWorld 2014 in September, you know how awesome it is. This space is specifically designed to handle the challenges of demonstrating how a user experience can move across devices. It’s also where we are exploring the next generation of devices, such as beacons, to understand their impact on and value for the user experience (UX).
Jeremy Ashley (@jrwashley), vice president, and designer of the new Cloud User Experience Lab @HQ in Redwood Shores, CA.
Ashley stated, “New technologies, changes in work patterns, mean new methods to research and test design solutions. The Cloud UX Lab is equipped to accommodate the changing work patterns of our customers.”
Steve Miranda (@stevenmiranda), Executive Vice President, Applications Development, showed a video during his OpenWorld keynote speech that highlighted some of the UX innovations we have been exploring in the lab. I can’t help but be excited when I see this video, which was created by UX friend Martin Taylor (@theothermartin).
Next time you head in the direction of Oracle’s headquarters in the Bay Area, book a tour. We’ll meet you there!