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This blog is about SAP’s Fiori, a term that embodies SAP’s focus on user experience. It isn’t so much a blog about technology, it’s more about faith, belief, and trust: faith that SAP is serious about renewing the user experience of its applications; belief that it will continue to invest in doing so, and trust that it will actually deliver.read more
Note: Above image via https://experience.sap.com/fiori-design-ios/ A few days ago Apple and SAP made a joint announcement of a partnership to much fanfare. Here's an excerpt ... “Apple® and SAP today announced a partnership to revolutionize...read more
Many of you know I am passionate about finding the optimum way of delivering a better UX for SAP customers. It’s reflected for instance in my presentation on Pragmatic Paths to optimise your SAP User Experience which I delivered at a local...read more
The other day I stumbled across this quote in a blog by Gant Laborde, which whilst generic in context is easily applicable to the world of SAP … “Software keeps evolving, and so should we; no-one got into software to watch the world...read more
This month I was invited to present at a SAP Australia User Group (SAUG) conference in Melbourne on the topic of optimising SAP user experience (UX). The reality for the primarily on-premise ERP customers in the SAP ecosystem is a far cry...read more
Perhaps this is a bit off-topic, or perhaps this is the start of a little blog series on the tools we find useful in running Blue T as a business. Being a small company without support staff, we always look for ways to do things more...read more
In recent times I’ve noticed heightened interest by SAP customers in the potential of deploying SAP NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC) to enhance the user experience for SAP end users. This is a good thing, because in my opinion NWBC (or...read more
One year ago SAP released a new class of HTML5-based user interfaces under the branding 'SAP Fiori' as part of its revamped user experience strategy. These apps are beautiful, offer simplicity in user experience, and in...read more
Earlier this year I was given the opportunity to present at the Mastering SAP Technologies 2014 conference on the various pros and cons of implementing mobile solutions using native, hybrid, or HTML5-based solutions. Of course, the...read more
I often hear the question 'what is HTML5 about, anyway?'. So at a recent Mastering Mobility for SAP conference I challenged myself to answer this question in a presentation about HTML5 for what is primarily a non-technical audience....read more