Some Applications UX Nuggets

November 20th, 2012 Leave a Comment

I’m working through a Windows 8 upgrade right now and plan to report back on that after it finishes.

In the meantime, I wanted to share some recent newsworthy items from my new team, Applications User Experience.

Introducing the New Face of Fusion Applications

At OpenWorld 2012, the Apps UX team showed off a new interface for Fusion Applications, a custom shell built in ADF, designed to be portable across disparate devices and platforms (including devices like SMART Boards, kiosks, internet-capable TVs) and distilled down to surface the most common functions.

Note to self, try this on my Google TV, you know, for the lulz.

This is pretty fantastic stuff. Don’t believe me, check out positive impressions from friends of the ‘Lab Floyd Teter (@fteter) and Debra Lilley (@debralilley).

Apps UX Launches Blueprints for Mobile User Experiences

The recent launch of ADF Mobile has Oracle developers stoked to extend their ADF chops to mobile devices, and your friendly neighborhood Apps UX team wants to help you get started by providing design patterns for mobile to make life easier.

These are the very same design patterns used internally to build the latest release of the Fusion Mobile Expenses iPhone app.

Ultan (@ultan) covered them, and you can check them out here.

If you like this kind of content, keep reading here and add these blogs to your reader:

Voice of User Experience for Applications

user experience assistance: design and development

Usable Apps Blog


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