Optimized UIs, same data, different context. Essence of UX in the cloud. Wearables no different. Runkeeper shown on Pebble watch and Android Samsung SIII.
Interesting perspective! Sten writes:
"I was just walking out of Security at London Heathrow and passed a small kiosk with the question “What was your experience at Security today?” and four buttons with various smileys. No travelers pressed any buttons, but passing (more...)
Another example of how different from UK and Ireland Californian (U.S.?) road markings are. The U.S. ones are written in the opposite order to across and the pond. The example here from San Francisco’s Market St are read from bottom to top, instead of top to to (more...)
Upside down road markings? Or not. Inverse of UK and Ireland seen on Market St San Francisco. Readability wise forces drivers to look up oncoming so safer IMO. Localize that!
Very impressed to see how Oracle partners at the Oracle ADF, Oracle Applications User Experience, and Oracle PartnerNetwork’s UK workshop for building great-looking usable apps were able to leverage some great insight and innovative design features from cool apps we already at our fingertips.
One such app is the taxi (more...)
Interesting piece by Victor Fagundo over on the ORACLENERD (@oraclenerd) blog comparing Microsoft Excel and Business Intelligence (BI) for financial analysis and why that fight was over before it started. Well worth a read. So, Excel is not going away, by a long shot. The article offers insights (more...)
With apologies to Morrissey and The Smiths, but it wasn’t quite panic on the streets of Reading because of latest Oracle User Experience (UX) workshop, though one innovative Oracle partner did include a panic button in their mobile service app wireframe lest a field technician was held up while (more...)
Good lessons from Dolphin Browser’s experiences in entering markets in Asia.
Bottlenose Dolphin (image from WikiPedia Commons)
"If you don’t talk to the locals you will never know”. Some good local cultural insights to learn from and share too.
Great new, free usability resources from the Oracle Applications User Experience team: PeopleSoft UX Guidelines.
Commonsense enterprise apps usability “WHY” design principles and “HOW” guidance on using PeopleSoft Tools components to enable Oracle partners, customers and PSFT Tools develops to consistently create applications and integrations that deliver on end user (more...)