New from the Oracle Applications User Experience team: Release 8 highlights and strategy

By Kathy Miedema posted 07-07-2014 01:51 PM


Are you interested in where the Oracle user experience is going? Each month in this space, we post links to new content that will help you see what Oracle is planning. This month, we offer a look at the user experience in Oracle HCM Cloud Release 8, a strategy piece on the importance of simplicity in the evolution of the Oracle user experience, and recaps on what happened during the Bay Area MakerCon and Maker Faire events in May, which the Oracle Applications User Experience team took part in. 

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ORACLE HCM CLOUD: So, how is the Oracle HCM Cloud User Experience? In a word, smokin’! Misha Vaughan of the Oracle Applications User Experience (UX) team writes about the Oracle HCM Cloud user experience and its light-weight interactions, tailored to the task you are trying to accomplish, on the device you are comfortable working with.


  • Oracle Sales Cloud: Release 8 User Experience Highlights. Killian Evers delivers a presentation on the Oracle Sales Cloud UX design strategy and demos Release 8 user experience highlights.
  • Oracle Applications Cloud: Extensibility & Customization User Experience Highlights in Release 8. Tim Dubois discusses the range of tools available to easily extend and customize the user experience of the Oracle Applications Cloud.

PROFIT MAGAZINE: Oracle Applications User Experience Vice President Jeremy Ashley talks with Profit magazine about one of the driving forces behind the evolving Oracle user experience – simplicity.

MAKER MOVEMENT: Want to know what people were talking about at the Bay Area MakerCon and Maker Faire in May? Watch this video, which features a prominent appearance by Jeremy Ashley, Vice President of the Oracle Applications User Experience team.

JAVA AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS: Read more about MakerCon and the Internet of Things.