Oracle’s User Experience team and ADF have worked together to produce a set of mobile design patterns that allow the development of intuitive, easy, and productive to use mobile applications. The patterns range from how to design your navigation, to list layout, to editing a business object, to how to invoke actions that yield a simple and apparent way to complete a task. These patterns work well across platforms (e.g. iOS, Android, and BlackBerry) and are supported by ADF. The patterns have been vetted in Oracle’s own mobile products (e.g., Sales, Time Entry, Expenses, Field Service), and work across different user roles and product lines.
In this session you'll see a practical example of building a mobile application using these scientifically proven UX design patterns to solve a real customer use case: a conference feedback application. Using ADF Mobile one hybrid mobile application will be developed for deployment both as an iOS and Android mobile app.
The session will include a discussion on how the design patterns were used in approaching the problem by both the customer and ADF and UX teams and how this same approach is used for Oracle Fusion Applications. It will be jointly presented by Susan Duncan from the Oracle Mobile Development Program Office and Debra Lilley an Oracle Customer/Ace Director instrumental in the Fusion User Experience Advocates Program both active in Mobile application design and development in their respective roles.
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