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As some of you may already know, the SAP Fiori user experience (UX) is now included with the underlying licenses of SAP software. SAP Fiori UX provides hundreds of apps for popular scenarios and enables users to enjoy a user experience that is personalized, responsive and simple. But what if you want to learn how to extend these SAP Fiori UX apps or develop your own SAP Fiori UX apps?

Over the past few weeks, openSAP users have been learning about SAP’s UX Strategy and getting an introduction to SAP Fiori UX. Many learners in these courses have told us that they would prefer less focus on infrastructure and deployment and would like to better understand what it takes to build their own SAP Fiori UX.

We are listening and planning to develop a standalone course specific to this topic to enable users to extend, design, and create their own SAP Fiori UX apps. The course is in an early planning stage and, to ensure learners benefit from the course, we would like to know what you’re interested in within the context of designing, extending, and creating SAP Fiori UX apps.

If you’d like to be part of this planning process, take this short survey and let us know your thoughts!

The survey also allows you to opt-in to receive a mail with the link to enrollment in early 2015 so you don’t miss out!



If you missed out on previous SAP Fiori UX courses on openSAP, you can still review them in self-paced mode:

SAP’s UX Strategy in a Nutshell by Sam Yen

Introduction to SAP Fiori UX

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