Monthly Highlights from the SAP User Experience Community – April 5th
Here are this past month’s highlights from the SAP User Experience Community:
In Learn the basics about design and user experience:
- In the eleventh of my interviews with SAP employees in the area of user experience and design, I talk to Martin Wezowski, Chief Designer at SAP.
- Check out the first post in a new series called #designmistakes. This first post is about Whitespace.
In Skill up on design and user experience:
- If you are looking to onboard one or more user researchers, here are some things to keep in mind when hiring- 3 Things to Look for in a User Researcher.
- Too many user quotes to present on a slide, but not yet big data? Here’s a method for small-scale sentiment analysis! How Do They Feel? Sentiment Analysis on the Cheap by Bernard Rummel.
- Don’t miss this interview with Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost on Design, SAP, IoT, and why Germany is lagging behind its EU neighbors in the digital transformation – Designing the New Digital Society.
In Design News:
- Gregg Petroff, Chief Experience Officer at GE, spoke at SAP about designing for the harsh conditions of industrial use cases. Read all about it in Superpowers for the Industrial Worker.
- Find out how the University of Kentucky and SAP are working together to improve the experience of Designing the Future of Degree Planning.
In Participate in improving products with SAP:
- Looking for a direct wire to the SAP product teams? Register to influence SAP’s future products! by Marco Dorn (Mar 23, 2016): Once again, you have the opportunity to join early product discussions with SAP’s Product Teams. Through the so-called “Customer Engagement Initiative”, you can get an early insight into what’s planned by SAP and influence how functionality will be realized.
In the Discussion Forum:
- Don’t miss this great recap of Interaction 16 by Ann-Sofie Ruf – Why the craft of design is so dynamic and exciting.
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