Buzz building around user experience design patterns
By JuergenKress on Aug 04, 2013
People are talking about user experience design patterns that have been released in the last year by the Applications User Experience team. You can get to them through the Usable Apps website, or visit the Oracle Fusion Applications desktop and mobile patterns website. Here is a sampling of recent posts about the patterns and how they can help developers:
- Floyd Teter, an ACE Director with Oracle partner EiS Technologies, talks about ADF design patterns.
- Ultan O'Broin, Director of User Experience, Oracle Applications UX, tackles design patterns twice at his blog, where he writes about building integrations in the cloud with UX patterns and guidelines, and Oracle ADF functional patterns.
- Sten Vesterli, an ACE Director with Oracle partner Scott/Tiger, offers his take on design patterns and why smart people use them, and discusses the importance of usability testing.
Partners get look at what’s coming in Oracle user experience
The customer outreach arm of the Oracle Applications User Experience team recently held its first demo reception. While the team has done demos before, this was different for the Oracle research and development organization. During this special event, team members were allowed to show new user experiences that are equal parts cutting-edge technology and creative innovation.
In a previous post on the Voice of User Experience, or VoX, blog, we wrote about simplicity, and how that idea is driving the Oracle applications user experience forward. The May event showed that idea in action, with demos of several special user experiences actually undergoing development right now. Only previously vetted partners were allowed to see this - as a rule, Oracle does not share much before an application becomes generally available. Read VoX to find out what the response was.
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