Build a Better User Experience with Oracle: Oracle Fusion Applications Functional Design Patterns

  • Posted on: 18 April 2013
  • By: milina.ristic
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1
Publish Date: 
1 Apr 2013
Learn how the Oracle Applications User Experience team's deep understanding of its users and their tasks has helped build Oracle Fusion Applications and enhance the productivity of the modern worker. Part of Oracle’s user experience strategy for applications is to push next-generation user experiences into the broader tool set: Fusion Middleware, particularly Application Development Framework (ADF), WebCenter, Metadata Services (MDS), and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). For ADF Oracle, the team has created a repository of reusable, usability-tested, functional design patterns, which are now available. Oracle has made these public so that you can apply them to your own design, development and tailoring work.
Presenter: 
Richard Davis
Organization/Company: 
Oracle Australia Pty Ltd
Presenter Biography: 
Richard Davis has an extensive career in Oracle, having relocated from Dublin, Ireland to Sydney in 2002. Having exposure to the Oracle suite of Applications from Oracle eBusiness through to Fusion Applications and everything in between with relation to HCM.
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