|Key Principles for Modernizing Your User Interface
|In the past the Graphics Department dictated, or tried to dictate, the look-and-feel of the user interface. These days, developers themselves are being tasked designing the application's UI. However, it's no longer good enough to just throw some fields onto the screen with a Submit button. Mobile apps have raised the expectations of business users, so they now expect applications at work to interact like the mobile apps they use daily even if the business applications are not rendered on a mobile device.
Fortunately, there is help in the form of a set of principles derived from a number of sources that can guide the design of a modern user interface, regardless of the device on which it is displayed and regardless of the development tools used like Oracle's APEX, JET, Visual Builder, ADF or tools from other sources. This presentation explains these principles and shows examples of how they appear in working applications.
Relying on proven UI patterns is a key technique to accomplish the goal of a modern UI design. Toward this end, Oracle has developed a highly-evolved set of design principles and philosophies called "Oracle Redwood," which it uses Oracle Redwood for its Fusion/Cloud application suites.
Oracle has released extensive information about Redwood, and these resources provide a good foundation to developers who create user interfaces. This presentation will explain more about Oracle Redwood and will show how it provides assistance to developers who are creating custom applications or who are extending existing Oracle Cloud applications.
|One Hour Session
|7: 02/09/2024 10:10 am to 11:10 am
|Analytics / Developer
|Peter Koletzke is an Oracle ACE Director who has worked for over 39 years in the IT industry and has presented at various Oracle technology conferences around the world over 410 times. Additionally, he has won over a dozen user group awards from ODTUG, NYOUG, UTOUG, and ECO/SEOUC. Peter is also an Oracle Certified Master, UTOUG board member, member of the NYOUG steering committee, past board member of IOUG and NYOUG, and co-author of eight books – with Duncan Mills, Avrom Roy-Faderman, and Dr. Paul Dorsey and published by Oracle Press (McGraw-Hill Professional) -- about Oracle JDeveloper/ADF, Oracle Forms and Reports, and Oracle Designer.