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Blogs by

Carola Steinmaier

There is a new video showing the newest features of SAP’s UI theme designer available as of September 2017 on SAP Cloud Platform. The major topic is the theme lifecycle and integration of custom themes

SAP Fiori launchpad is a real-time, role based and personalized aggregation point for business applications. It’s deployable on multiple platforms, such as SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP, SAP Cloud Platform and SAP Enterprise Portal. This document

There’s a brand-new video about the new features of UI theme designer version 1.24 available on SAP Cloud Platform as of March 2017. The main new topics are: New UI theme designer service tile within

SAP Fiori launchpad is the strategic single point of entry for SAP business applications and analytics. It offers a role-based, personalized and real-time access for end users. The SAP TechEd lecture UX126 provides an overview

This video shows the main new features of UI theme designer version 1.22: New welcome screen Wizard for creating new custom themes based on SAP standard themes (e.g. SAP Belize) This UI theme designer version

The UI theme designer is the tool for applying your brand to SAP applications. This video explains how to avoid some common pitfalls and how to prepare your theme for upgrades for UI technologies. The

Target mapping is part of the SAP Fiori launchpad configuration. It defines for a given intent (semantic object/action) and device type the target application which is launched when clicking on a tile, on a link

One key question of many customers is, how to setup and configure the SAP Fiori launchpad (FLP) to achive that every end user gets the appropriate tiles on the FLP home page corresponding to the

  Theming and branding of your user interfaces is a very effective method to improve end user acceptance and satisfaction for your SAP business applications. The UI theme designer is the right tool to just

SAP is reinventing the user experience by offering new solutions, renewing existing solutions and enabling customers with tools to improve user experience. In this first webcast of the five part ASUG UX Webcast Series, two