It’s been a busy month around these parts.
Noel (@noelportugal) and I went to the Netherlands, specifically Amsterdam, Utrect, and Nieuwegein, to visit AMIS and show some of the cool stuff Applications UX has been doing. By all accounts the event was a massive success with something like 450 people visiting AMIS during the day to visit.
The Shutters of Amsterdam
Here’s some press coverage in Dutch if you’re so inclined.
AUX had (more...)
After years of hounding from me, Noel (@noelportugal) made the jump to Android usage and development about a year ago. He started with a Nexus 7, the first generation one, but it wasn’t until he got a phone, the Moto X, that the transformation was complete.
So now, Noel is mixed ecosystem guy.
We’ve had Chromecasts since they were announced last year (they’re awesome), and with the recent release of the (more...)
Editor’s note: Another cross-post from VoX, this one from Julian Orr. User experience works best when you understand your users. So, help us understand you and your mobile strategy by completing this painless and fun questionnaire.
What is your perspective on enterprise mobility? Tell us!
By Julian Orr, Oracle Applications User Experience
Is there a certain device capability, such as the ability to capture mobile signatures or remotely wipe a device, that is so (more...)
About a month ago, I walked off a plane into the terminal at SJC. As I hiked that long walk to the exit, I heard a familiar and annoying sound, the Emergency Alert System sound.
The sound was muffled, and it took me a few more steps to realize it was my own phone bleating in my pocket. Somewhat embarrassed, I took it out and quickly dismissed the alert, which happened to be an AMBER (more...)
Editor’s note: Here’s a cross-post from VoX by Friend of the ‘Lab, Kathy Miedema, about a Raspberry Pi Hackday Noel (@noelportugal) organized and ran a couple weeks ago. The basic idea was to get developers up and running on the Pi quickly and have some fun.
New Oracle developers get a taste of Raspberry Pi
By Kathy Miedema, Oracle Applications User Experience
There is a team within the Oracle Applications User Experience (more...)
Last year in the Fall, Anthony (@anthonyslai) and Noel (@noelportugal) wanted to get some experience with their new Leap Motion gestural controllers.
So, naturally, they decided to use the Leap to control the OWI 535 robot arm via its USB interface.
Shortly after they finished that, they began to complain that the OWI 535 wasn’t good enough. They conspired to convince me that we needed the Lynxmotion AL5A because it was “better. (more...)
So, it’s all David (@dhaimes) all week, or something, because here comes another post about him.
This time, it’s his walking meetings that caught my eye, quite literally.
I was sitting in the lobby of the Oracle Convention Center in January during the IOUC Summit, looking out the window at the 70-degree day, and David and another dude walk by on the trail across the street, deep in conversation. At the time I (more...)
Sometimes, I get to share something awesome.
A post about how Oracle Social Network can be used by Oracle ERP Cloud users happens to be something awesome. Let me explain.
Despite assumptions to the contrary, accounting is a very collaborative exercise in many enterprises. Ultan (@ultan) does a great job explaining why in his post “How to Chat Up an Accountant Safely: Social Networking in the Finance Department.”
If you read (more...)
Noel (@noelportugal) and I will be heading to the Netherlands in March for a special event at AMIS.
On March 18, AMIS will be hosting an OAUX (or Oracle Applications User Experience if you’re not into the whole brevity thing) Expo. The purpose of an expo, the brainchild of Misha (@mishavaughan), is to provide a showcase for all the work AUX has been cooking up in one place.
What work is (more...)
For some reason, Noel (@noelportugal) posted a picture of his IoT gadget inventory.
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Lots of news coming out of Applications UX lately, so thought I’d share it here.
Over at Misha’s (@mishavaughan) Voice of User Experience blog, you can read about Simplified UI for Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud and Simplified UI for Oracle Sales Cloud. Both versions went live in (more...)
I’m cleaning up all the open tabs for the holidays, so here are some nuggets I found that may or may not be interesting.
Hinkmond Wong of the Java Embedded Technology team did a fun Thanksgiving project, a Turkey that tweets as it cooks.
It’s time for (more...)
Since Google announced the Chromecast earlier this year, I’ve been stoked to see how it developed.
The little device has a ton of potential, and even though Google has been a little slow to push its adoption, even slowing down the efforts of some curious developers, they do seem (more...)
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Wearables is a pretty broad category, that seems to be right at the cusp of mainstream adoption. For now, it includes smartwatches (more...)
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A while back, I promised some details on the Google Now TV Card I found accidentally.
I was watching TV via an HDTV antenna and happened to pop open Google Now for some reason or another. Now showed me this card:
Freaky, right? I dismissed it, but my curiosity was (more...)
Did you know that Paul (@ppedrazzi) and his lovely wife and children were on Shark Tank?
If you hurry, you can watch their episode on Hulu. If you decide to wait, they appear in Season 5 Episode 10. Paul and family are the very first segment, so you (more...)