Oracle Fusion Apps Functional UI Design Patterns Available For Devs Worldwide

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.


TITLE=

The design patterns are based on Oracle ADF components and easily implemented in Oracle JDeveloper.

These 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,
  • creating 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.

What’s 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.

More 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!.

Comments:

I'm sure a seasoned WLS developer knows but as a complete newbie to WLS I find it hard to work out where the link is to actually download and use these design patterns - not that I yet know know what to do with them.

Posted by guest on July 12, 2012 at 03:26 PM IST #

Note these are design patterns and not Java blueprints or patterns in the ADF MVC sense (a la Fowler). We have more training coming on how to consume them during the design and development phase (somewhere in between wireframing and coding). Stay tuned. Good question though - we need to address the developer experience.

Posted by Ultan (Oracle Apps-UX) on July 12, 2012 at 05:26 PM IST #

Good to see these published. I have been referring to and sharing the beta draft versions of these so far...
It would be so helpful if you used the phrase 'UX design patterns' or 'functional design patterns' in your title.
As Ultan has already clarified in an earlier comment that these are not what we would generally refer to as 'design patterns' (i.e. technical design patterns).

Posted by JV on August 14, 2012 at 11:25 AM IST #

Consider it done.

Posted by Ultan (Oracle Apps-UX) on August 14, 2012 at 12:08 PM IST #

Post a Comment:
  • HTML Syntax: NOT allowed
About

Oracle applications user experience (UX) assistance. UX and development outreach of all sorts to the apps community, helping to design and deliver usable apps.

Profile

Ultan Ó Broin. Director, Global Applications User Experience, Oracle Corporation. On Twitter: @ultan

See my other Oracle blog about product globalization too: Not Lost in Translation

Interests: User experience (UX), user centered design, design patterns, tailoring, BYOD, dev relations, language quality, mobile apps, Oracle FMW and ADF, and a lot more.

Search

Archives
« April 2014
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
  
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
   
       
Today