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With this edition of my monthly highlights, I’d like to draw your attention to some of the great content that appeared on the SAP User Experience Community in the month of September.

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In Learn the basics about design and user experience:

  In Design News from SAP:  

  • Build is SAP’s new cloud-based prototyping and user research tool enabling customers to address the challenge of scaling app development while designing beautiful apps that truly meet end-user needs. Keith Fischer tells you more in this post Build Enhances User Experience for Enterprise Applications.
  • This year, SAP has received 18 design award recognitions from some of the most prestigious organizations in the world.
  • SAP held a UX conference near our headquarters. Find out about this event in SAP UX Day Germany 2016 – Bridge the Gap to the Digital World by Jim Edenstrom.
  • Looking for a better formula for digital transformation? Perhaps one that includes end users? Don’t miss, Digital Transformation Is All about Disruption by Matthias Harbusch.
  • From Orient to Down Under – for twenty weeks the SAP Fiori user experience ambassadors traveled around Asia and Australia to meet customers and partners, speak at various conferences, and share insights into the future of SAP Fiori. Read about it here: SAP Fiori Roadshow by Jacqueline Dittkowski.

  In Participate in improving products with SAP:  

  • Build is a comprehensive set of cloud-based design tools that enables anyone to create delightful SAP apps. Be one of the first to access the newest Build designs and help shape the future of this product. Build‘s design research team is recruiting users for future product testing and user research. Leili Slutz tells you how here: Help Us Make SAP BUILD Work Better for You.

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