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Wednesday Oct 02, 2013
By Matthew Haavisto-Oracle on Oct 02, 2013
To support customers in those efforts, the PeopleSoft Applications User Experience team is excited to announce the release of the PeopleSoft User Experience (UX) Guidelines. The UX Guidelines contain information about the usage of key PeopleSoft components to create highly usable, efficient, and productive experiences for Oracle customers.
Several PeopleSoft customers participated in a survey in December 2012, which helped identify the following topics. These topics are covered in the first release of the guidelines:
- Guided Processes (Activity Guides)
- Pivot Grids
- Related Content
- Related Actions
- Modal and Mouseover Windows
Why do we need UX guidelines?
With PeopleTools 8.53 and the 9.2 PeopleSoft Applications, you will see more modern and visually appealing features delivered by PeopleSoft. With the help of UX guidelines, customers and partners can not only design and tailor their own user experience but also ensure consistency with features designed by PeopleSoft. The UX guidelines explain each topic in detail, display relevant images and provide usage guidelines.
UX Guidelines Examples
The following is an excerpt from the WorkCenter section:
The image below shows part of the Dashboard section:
Usage guidelines have been provided for all the other topics as well. PeopleSoft UX Guidelines will enable customers to design and tailor the ultimate user experience for their organization. Following the guidelines will ensure consistency across applications. The guidelines would also help in choosing the right pattern for any scenario. These guidelines will be periodically updated as PeopleSoft introduces new capabilities.
You can mail your feedback and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday Jun 10, 2013
By Matthew Haavisto-Oracle on Jun 10, 2013
We've just published an updated version of our red paper on configuring a modern, web site-based user experience in PeopleSoft. (Available from My Oracle Support.) This version of the paper included capabilities from the latest release of the PeopleSoft Interaction Hub (9.1/Revsion 2). The paper is a practical guide for technical users, installers, system administrators, and programmers who implement, maintain, or develop applications for your PeopleSoft system. It provides guidance on on how to configure a contemporary user experience in PeopleSoft Interaction Hub, including the PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture and portal configuration.
This red paper presents the following topics:
Branding elements of the user interface.
Using Pagelet Wizard.
Using navigation collections.
Integrating with other PeopleSoft applications.
Using collaboration features.
In addition, the red paper includes sample code that can be used to achieve some of the user interface configuration.
Customers will find this user experience red paper compliments our other red paper on setting up the PeopleSoft Interaction Hub with PeopleSoft Applications.
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