The Oracle Fusion Applications user experience design patterns are published! These new, reusable usability solutions and best-practices, which will join the Oracle dashboard patterns and guidelines that are already available online, are used by Oracle to artfully bring to life a new standard in the user experience, or UX, of enterprise applications.
Now, the Oracle applications development community can benefit from the
science behind the Oracle Fusion Applications user experience, too.
Oracle Fusion Applications UX Design Patterns, or blueprints, enable
Oracle applications developers and system implementers everywhere to
leverage professional usability insight when:
- tailoring an Oracle Fusion application,
coexistence solutions that existing users will be delighted with, thus
enabling graceful user transitions to Oracle Fusion Applications down
the road, or
- designing exciting, new, highly usable applications in the cloud or on-premise.
Based on the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) components, the Oracle Fusion Applications patterns and guidelines are proven with real users and in the Applications UX usability labs, so you can get right to work coding productivity-enhancing designs that provide an advantage for your entire business.
the best way to get started? We’ve made that easy, too. The Design
Filter Tool (DeFT) selects the best pattern for your user type and task.
Simply adapt your selection for your own task flow and content, and
you’re on your way to a really great applications user experience.
Oracle applications design patterns and training are coming your way in
the future. To provide feedback on the sets that are currently
available, let me know in the comments!
Read more on Fusionapps and post your comment here.
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