SAP Fiori UX

 

 


 

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Feb 24th 2016

Introduced in 2013 as a collection of apps, SAP Fiori has evolved into the new user experience (UX) for SAP software and now includes design guidelines and development resources. This modern UX reflects a broader paradigm shift, moving from a focus on features and functions to users and their experience.
This course is all about taking those SAP Fiori design guidelines and development resources and showing you how to apply them to your own unique business needs. Or, put another way, building your own SAP Fiori app that’s just as user-friendly as the hundreds SAP has built directly.

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The internet is now part of our daily life and is accessible on any device. People have become used to the speed and simplicity of consumer apps, and so business users expect the same simplicity from our business software.
SAP Fiori is our new user experience (UX) for SAP software. By applying modern design principles, it completely reinvents the user experience. When combined with the power of the SAP HANA platform, the SAP Fiori UX delivers unmatched responsiveness. Personalized and role-based, the new user experience enables enterprise-wide engagement across lines of business. It provides optimal usability on multiple devices for better business interactions and ease of use.
This course will introduce you to the fundamentals and latest features of the SAP Fiori UX. You will learn about product installation, configuration, and best practices for extensibility.

Average: 4.3 (4 votes)
Aug 27th 2014

The SAP User Experience (UX) strategy is aimed at bringing great products to our customers. Using the principles of design thinking, we maintain our core value of listening to our customers’ needs and quickly incorporating their feedback into SAP products. With the influence of consumer software making its way into the enterprise, SAP’s UX strategy aims to meet users’ expectations of easy-to-use software in the workplace. Join Sam Yen, SAP’s Chief Design Officer as he explains SAP’s UX strategy. He reviews the history of design thinking at SAP, the core elements and products we provide to meet the strategy, and the real business value it brings to our customers.

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