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3 Tips to Stay Informed About User Experience & Design Topics at SAP


If you’ve clicked on this post, you’re likely interested in learning more about user experience (UX) and design topics at SAP, but are perhaps unsure about where to get the most relevant content in a sea of information.

Below are three concrete steps you can take to stay current on our product updates, events, trainings, and more.

1.     Bookmark our two main channels

We have two main channels where we exclusively publish user experience and design-related content: SAP Community and Medium. You may also be familiar with the SAP User Experience Community, but please be aware that this site has been discontinued as of March 2021 due to an SAP-wide content consolidation process.

SAP Community

If you’re familiar with SAP Community, you’ll know that it’s home to 2.8 million users, so navigating it to find the content you need can be tricky. Below are some shortcuts to get started with UX and design content.

Hands down the one-stop-shop for all things SAP user experience and design is the SAP Fiori topic page on SAP Community.  Here you’ll find everything regarding SAP Fiori, the design system for all SAP products, including the road map, design guidelines, information on tools, the app reference library, and of course relevant blogs with the latest news and developments. You may find it helpful to:

SAP Design on Medium

Make sure to also bookmark our SAP Design Medium channel. Here you’ll find thought leadership pieces, knowledge sharing, product updates and enablement material around our products and around the topic of enterprise design in general. You’ll also find interesting pieces from the SAP AppHaus and from the SAP Design Talks. If you’re curious about design in general, Medium is also a great jumping off point to discover what’s going across different industries from expert and novice voices alike.


2.      Follow our UX evangelists


Next, I’ll share a list of people who we call our “UX evangelists”. These people are great to follow because they are actively and expertely blogging about the topics you need to kickstart your user experience transformation. This is by no means an exhaustive list of our community evangelists, but rather a useful jumping off point.

Make sure to folllow (+Follow):

  • Thomas Reiss: If you are looking for information on the latest SAP Fiori innovations (SAP Fiori 3 updates, insights into the product road map , and more), Tom is your person. Look out for his highly-detailed blogs and videos as well as training recommendations.
  • Peter Spielvogel: As a product marketing lead, Peter drives go-to-market activities for SAP UX Engineering, and is the go-to person to get updates on SAP Fiori elements, SAP Fiori tools, and SAP Screen Personas. He is also your helpful guide for navigating SAP TechEd and other major events.
  • Stefanie Hager: Learn the ins-and-outs of SAP Fiori elements from one of the responsible product managers. Stefanie shares latest news on SAP Fiori elements and tools, as well as personal experiences/insights and best practices.
  • Jocelyn Dart: Jocelyn is a UX Strategist at SAP focused on SAP Fiori for SAP S/4HANA (on-premise and Private Cloud Edition) with a special interest in Accessibility. She is a member of the SAP S/4HANA Regional Implementation Group for Asia-Pacific Japan. If you are looking for helpful, detailed guidance based on real customer experiences and the latest best practices for SAP Fiori for SAP S/4HANA, this is your person.
  • Finally, follow Victoria Thomas, Saskia Guckenburg & Andrea Waisgluss (that’s me!) to hear customer success stories with SAP Fiori, information about partner-facing events, design-related news, insights on user research, and more.


3.      Get social with us!


For quick, digestible previews and tidbits of news make sure to follow us on the following channels: SAP Design Twitter , SAP Design Instagram and SAP Design YouTube.

Behind those channels are a team of dedicated curators (hey there!) waiting to engage with you and hear what you have to say about your experiences, your wishes, and to answer any questions you may have. We work closely with the product teams, designers, and developers to make sure that you get the answers you’re looking for. So join our conversations, we’re here for it.


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UX%20transformation%20toolkitWant to stay up to date on information and skills relevant to you as a UX lead? Make sure to also bookmark the UX transformation toolkit tag or follow the UX blog tag to catch all the stories in the series.


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      Author's profile photo Sophia Marx
      Sophia Marx

      Great info Andrea Waisgluss!

      Author's profile photo Andrea Waisgluss
      Andrea Waisgluss
      Blog Post Author

      Glad you found it helpful, feel free to share!

      Author's profile photo Premnarayan Patidar
      Premnarayan Patidar

      thanks for sharing all info in single page, good reference.

      Author's profile photo Andrea Waisgluss
      Andrea Waisgluss
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks for that feedback, Premnarayan 🙂 Let me know if there is something else that would be helpful for you to know.

      Author's profile photo YoungMi Kim
      YoungMi Kim

      This is the blog I was looking for.
      In the meantime, there was so much information that I was confused.
      It helped a lot. Thank you very much.

      Author's profile photo Andrea Waisgluss
      Andrea Waisgluss
      Blog Post Author

      Thank you YoungMi! Let me know if you have suggestions for future content that might be helpful for you.