Sneak preview SAP Fiori user interface for C4C

Recently SAP showed us a preview of their new SAP Fiori user interface for Cloud 4 Customer (C4C) which is anticipated to be part of the next C4C release (May 2015). SAP stresses that Fiori is not just a visual design, but a complete information architecture based on solid design principles.   Compared to their on premise solution, SAP took a big step forward in their user experience design with the current...

Voorproefje SAP Fiori user interface voor C4C

Onlangs toonde SAP ons een voorproefje van hun nieuwe SAP Fiori interface voor Cloud 4 Customer (C4C) waarvan de verwachting is dat deze beschikbaar komt met de nieuwe C4C release in mei 2015. SAP benadrukt dat Fiori niet gewoon een nieuw design betreft, maar een volledig nieuwe informatiearchitectuur die gebruik maakt van een set vaste ontwerpprincipes.   In vergelijking met de on premise CRM oplossing van...

The Challenge in Designing Mobile Apps: Part 2

In my previous post, which was titled The Challenge in Designing Mobile Apps: Part 1, one of the challenges I presented had to do with how the app should be narrowly focused and do just a few things very well.  In addition, the app should be simple and intuitive to use, and should not require any sort of users manual to be read before the user is able use it.  I talked about how the scenarios and environments in...

The Challenge in Designing Mobile Apps: Part 1

I’ve been designing and programming mobile device software for about 7 years and each piece of software that I work on usually involves something new and interesting.  I find mobile device software to be some of the most challenging software to design well, which is one reason I enjoy working with it so much.  There are many factors to consider in the design of mobile device software, that if not thought out...

Breaking Apart Augmented Reality

Lately I’ve been running across the term “Augmented Reality”.  It’s been popping up in the news, on the web, in various blog posts, and in white papers.  I even saw it on a billboard as I was driving to the office.  What the heck does this term, Augmented Reality (AR), mean? Well, I’m here to tell you.  Let’s break it apart. First, AR, as I describe it in this post,...

The Challenge of Innovation

Innovators of the 16th century were in danger of being jailed, hanged, or excommunicated.   Even Machiavelli wrote of the challenges of innovation and change.   In today’s time, they are praised and promoted.  Yet even so, innovation can come at a price.  While many companies widely tout that their products or strategies are “innovative” , developing new ideas to meet customer needs and solve...
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