Monthly Highlights from the SAP User Experience Community
In this new blog series, I’d like to draw your attention to some of the new activity during the past month on the SAP User Experience Community, a public community dedicated to the exchange of ideas and knowledge about design and user experience.
My list of September highlights
- We added two more “UX definitions in 500 words or less” to our UX Basics series: What is an End User and What is a Prototype? For more definitions (e.g. persona, prototype, visual design, interaction design, user experience, accessibility, design and many more), check out the whole series.
In Skill up on design and user experience, I highly recommend:
- How designers can work better with developers. Maybe you have some tips of your own to add?
- Remote Card Sorting– How We Did it for the Redesign of the SAP User Experience Community.Have you ever done card sorting remotely? Share YOUR experiences.
- A thought-provoking article by SAP’s Chief Designer, Martin Wezowski called Quality time at work – the product experience.
- A short description of 9 UX methods by SAP designers, Stef Huber and Carolin Klimek
Have you ever used any of these methods? How did it go?
In our discussion forum, check out:
- Converting the online experience into offline – What do you think? What is the topic of tomorrow for retail on and offline?
- SAP – The Ugly Duckling – Is SAP still the “ugly duckling” or are we squarely on the path to transforming our products into beautiful swans?
- Conference highlights from the Service Design Global Conference, the International Design Thinking Week in Berlin, and the 19th Design Management Institute (DMI) conference.
In Design news from SAP, you can find articles about design awards that SAP has won recently, Design Thinking workshops, customer success stories, and much more.
I hope you find this post of highlights useful, but keep in mind that it is not comprehensive of all the activity on the community during the last month. Checkout the SAP User Experience Community to discover the interesting things that I left out of this post!