The Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team wants you to know that we’re so excited to host our partners and customers at the OAUX Exchange during Oracle OpenWorld 2017 in San Francisco in early October. Get the details on what we’re planning to show and how you can register from our recent post, “Add the OAUX Exchange, a showcase of the future, to your OpenWorld lineup.” Or go straight to our registration page: https://tinyurl.com/OAUXExchange.
If you can’t wait for the Exchange to talk about what the future holds, such as how artificial intelligence (AI) might fit in, we have a new article to share, Machine learning and AI: Can it be the butler that can change user experience? Published online in The Economic Times recently, OAUX Group Vice President Jeremy Ashley writes about the shift in UX that emerging technologies such as AI can bring about.
Our recent roundup of new material on the OAUX Blog also includes a post on researching emerging technology and how that could shape the user experience: “Heading ‘into the wild’ for guerilla research on emerging tech.” There’s more – tools for developers and news about Release 13 are there as well.
JUST FOR PARTNERS
OAUX GVP Jeremy Ashley and OAUX Senior Director Misha Vaughan attend an HCM partner event in London recently. The regional event was attended by about 80 partners and included updates on Release 12, SVP Clive Swan on AI, and UX strategist Richard Twelvetrees on the Digital Agency (re-named the Design Initiative). Jeremy discussed Oracle's evolving approach to user experience (UX), and Misha highlighted the UX tools available to partners today for extensibility.
“It was exciting to see so many partners well engaged on HCM and to see UX clearly identified as a differentiator for HCM,” Misha said later.
Want a quick look at the action? Check out this video on YouTube.
And for more on those tools in Release 12, learn how to redesign the springboard in just a few easy steps in this recent post.
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