I’m very pleased to announce that our colleague and friend Kathy recently pushed live a page on oracle.com under the OAUX section, dedicated to our Emerging Technologies team and our work.
Our new home, circa 2015.
Big moment for us. I feel like a made guy.
Don’t worry. This little blog will continue to be our home and stream of consciousness, but now, we have another, more structured home, focused on our projects and thinking.
Like that’s (more...)
Despite the amount of iOS and Apple Watch chatter here lately, we still have a dedicated Android user base on the team, including me.
If you read here, you’ll know that projecting an Android device screen to an audience has always been important for us, and usually we have more than one screen to project. Over the years, I’ve used several tools for this BBQScreen, Android Screen Monitor and lately, Chromecast’s screen mirroring feature, (more...)
Editor’s note: If you read here, you might recall that we have dos hermanos en Guadalajara, Luis (@lsgaleana) y Osvaldo (@vaini11a). Last month, the Mexico Development Center (MDC) celebrated its fifth anniversary. Here’s to many more. Reposted from VoX.
By Sarahi Mireles, (@sarahimireles), Oracle Applications User Experience (@usableapps)
As you may know, Oracle has a couple Development Centers around the globe, and one of them is in Guadalajara, (more...)
A couple days after Noel (@noelportugal) wrote about reducing user friction, I got a chance to try one of Amazon’s latest friction-reducing services, Amazon Prime Now.
The likes of Webvan pioneered grocery delivery back in the dot com days, and fun fact, Amazon owns and continues to operate what is left of Webvan. In those halcyon days, I used Webvan quite a bit. Sounds a bit silly, but being able to order groceries (more...)
The Year of Data continues for me, and yesterday, I finished a four-week relationship with the Garmin Vivosmart.
I use relationship purposefully here because if you use a wearable to track fitness and sleep, you’re wearing it a lot, and it actually becomes a little friend (or enemy) that’s almost always with you. Wearables are very personal devices.
If you’re scoring at home, 2015 has gone thusly for me:
The August 2015 edition of Profit Magazine (@OracleProfit) includes a nice piece called “The Explorers” highlighting the work of our team and that of JD Edwards Labs.
This article is nice companion piece to our strategic approach to emerging technologies and how we apply the “Glance, Scan, Commit” design philosophy to our work.
I’m honored to be quoted in the article and proud to see our little team getting this level of recognition.
If you (more...)
Cross-posted from VoX.
Behind the Oracle user experience goals of designing for simplicity, mobility, and extensibility is a core design philosophy guiding the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team’s work in emerging technologies: “Glance, Scan, Commit.”
It nicely boils down a mountain of research and a design experience that shapes the concepts you can see from us.
The philosophy of “Glance, Scan, Commit” permeates all of our work in the Oracle Applications Cloud user (more...)
If you follow us on Twitter (@theappslab) or on Facebook, you’ve seen some of the Summer projects coming together.
If not, here’s a recap of some of the tinkering going on in OAUX Emerging Technologies land.
Mark (@mvilrokx) caught the IoT bug from Noel (@noelportugal), and he’s been busy destroying and rebuilding a Nerf gun, which is a thing. Search for “nerf gun mods” if you don’t (more...)
If you read here, you’ll recall that Noel (@noelportugal) and I have been supporters of the Raspberry Pi for a long time, Noel on the build side, many, many times, me on the talking-about-how-cool-and-useful-it-is side.
And we’ve been spreading the love through internal hackdays and lots of projects.
So, yeah, we love us some Raspi.
The little guy has become our go-to choice to power all our Internet of Things (IoT) projects.
Here’s the first of many OpenWorld-related posts, this one cross-posted from our colleagues and friends at VoX, the Voice of Experience for Oracle Cloud Applications. Enjoy.
Are you all set for Oracle OpenWorld 2015 (@oracleopenworld)? Even if you think you’re already booked for the event, you’ll want to squeeze in a chance to experience the future of the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) — and maybe even make a few UX buddies along the (more...)