More than colors and white spaces – designing enterprise applications
Designing good applications is complex, involves analytical and creative thinking, as well as a lot of tedious, but necessary work. Defining a design language that cares about end users and empowers designers to create appealing and intuitive apps – while covering business needs and ensuring consistency – is a major challenge. We will share our insights and best practices based on our own journey.
Level: Non technical / For everyone
Tina is a senior user experience design specialist at sap design at SAP. She knows how good User Interface design can change the perception of a product and a company. Tina consults other application teams and is part of a review process to achieve consistent user experience across the product portfolio. Tina is also working on global concepts and works closely together with development on the final implementation. To gather user feedback, she also planned, prepared and contacted user testing’s.
Janina is an UX designer within the global design team of SAP. She focuses on providing a framework and predefined templates for the most common application patterns. Previously, Janina worked for more than three years as an OpenUI5 engineer, and was one of the drivers behind the open sourcing activities.