User Experience SIG

Tuesday 15th September 2015 at 9:30am - 9:30am


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Improving User Experience is something SAP has been increasingly focusing on for the past couple of years. Many of our SIGs have included UX sessions in their meetings, but as UX affects all areas of SAP and all customers we have decided to collect all of this UX content in one place by creating a UX SIG.

Our first meeting will include some sessions about generic UX issues, but will also have space for delegates to discuss their current UX projects and issues and future plans. These discussions will help build the agenda of future meetings, as well as help us to help each other in this challenging area.

Krishanu Bhattacharya from SAP will be presenting some discussion sessions looking at what your current state & experience of SAP is, along with what you want to get from the UX SIG?

The SIG will include...

  • Walkthrough of the SAP UX Strategy
  • Implications of the SAP UX Strategy
  • Overview of the SAP UX Improvement Framework

Dan Barton from Bluestonex Consulting Ltd will present History of UX.

This session will cover the following:

The history of user experience

A visualisation of user experience through history (all aspects excluding information technology) from the first computers through to todays innovations.  We then connect how user experience is now as important as ever with enterprise software.Bluestonex are running an event in Convent Garden in October & attending SAP UK&I User Group Conference covering the following SAP UX and SAP Design Thinking topics:

Where do you start with your UX journey

Who, Where, How…..UX can be a puzzle to some organisations especially if you have a myriad of user interfaces.  A discussion on some challenges and some pragmatic advice.

Why using design thinking techniques can help in SAP initiatives.

A topic, which is high on the agenda not just in enterprise software but in general business terms. An insight into the most innovative companies and why IT will shift from a service provider to an innovator.

Why use design thinking in a ASAP/Waterfall methodology.

People think using ASAP or Agile should be for different types of initiatives. This presentation will show why you should adopt design thinking across all projects.

Event Resources

Steve Rumsby, University of Warwick - Introduction to UX discussions (519.95 KB)
Krishanu Bhattacharya, SAP - Improving UX Through Innovation (18.91 MB)
Krishanu Bhattacharya, SAP - SAP Product Roadmap (5.84 MB)

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