Oracle Senior Vice President of User Experience Design Hillel Cooperman shares Oracle’s next-generation state-of-the-art user experience design system. This new customer-first system is flexible, modern, and scalable. See more at Oracle OpenWorld 2019.
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Our global network of solution and technology partners are the force multiplier for our commercial business. They extend the core capabilities of our software with key functionality and extensions spanning customer support, payments & security, marketing automation, accounting & finance, shipping & fulfillment and beyond. They customize our software to the specific business requirements of thousands of B2C and B2B customers across over 20 industries. They share our goal of enabling brands to create powerful, personal experiences with their customers, and work tirelessly to make this a reality.
Each year, we recognize partners that have shown exceptional leadership and growth during Marketing Nation and Magento Imagine. As we unified the Marketo and Magento partner programs with the Adobe Solution Partner Program and Adobe Exchange Partner Program, we brought our respective partner awards together as well.
Please join us in congratulating the commercial partners who distinguished themselves in 2019 with their inspired work on behalf of our joint customers.
Digital Experience Solution Partner of the Year
Corra: Americas (Commercial/Magento). Corra was on a tear last year, launching new fashion and sports industry-focused accelerators and a B2B division, all while generating new business and dramatically expanding their Magento certifications to more than 130.
DemandGen: Americas (Commercial/Marketo). In addition to contributing significant Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) to Adobe, DemandGen continually goes above and beyond to evolve our joint GTM strategy, create powerful marketing content and build strong relationships with our sales team.
Vaimo: EMEA (Commercial/Magento). A digital commerce expert focusing exclusively on Magento and Adobe Commerce Cloud, Vaimo delivered strong value to B2B and B2C merchants last year. Vaimo’s thought leadership, strategy, and services were key to fueling growth for many of our commerce customers.
Digital Experience Emerging Solution Partner of the Year
121eCommerce and 02 Web (tie): Americas (Commercial/Magento). Both 121eCommerce and 02 Web were fast-rising stars in 2019. 121eCommerce doubled their Magento 2 certifications, brought in numerous new logos and were critical advisors guiding customers to evaluate Magento Commerce vs. Magento Open Source. Canadian-based 02 Web also had a record year, building both Adobe Analytics and Marketo Engage practices, growing their Magento Commerce footprint, and delivering on-time launches with discipline.
Digital Pi, a Merkle Company: Americas (Commercial/Marketo). Marketing automation expert Digital Pi went the extra mile in ensuring our customers got the most out of their Marketo Engage investment and integrated technologies; their focus on customer value helped drive a great growth year.
Basiliko: EMEA (Commercial/Magento). Basiliko shone last year with a relentless focus on customer satisfaction, creative insight into brand goals and technical excellence. Their Magento-certified team delighted customers with lean implementations delivering reduced time to market and tangible results.
Digital Experience Delivery Quality Partner of the Year
Gorilla Group, a Wunderman Thompson Company: Americas (Commercial/Magento). Delivery excellence is all about the details and Gorilla Group consistently came through for clients, achieving stellar conversion, new user activation and transaction rates across B2B and B2C customers.
The Pixel: EMEA (Commercial/Magento). A longtime Magento partner, The Pixel continues to demonstrate outstanding technical ability, commitment to quality and market focus. Our customers seek out their ability to understand just what it takes to win in the fast-evolving commerce landscape.
Digital Experience Exchange Partner of the Year
Nosto: Americas (Commercial). Nosto’s Magento Commerce integration uses customer data, rich product attributes and performance metrics to give customers the ability to deliver online shopping experiences that drive higher conversion rates, average order values, and ultimately, higher revenue.
Drift: Americas (Innovation). Drift’s Marketo Engage integration application has changed the way businesses think about live chat. Their innovative “Conversational Marketing” technology has had a huge impact on our Marketo Engage customers’ ability to drive digital marketing lead generation.
Akeneo: EMEA. Akeneo significantly upgraded its Magento integration, making it easier than ever to manage and deliver consistent product data across services. Their innovation and thought leadership in Product Experience Management drove numerous customer successes in 2019.
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The publisher teamed up with Facebook’s Spark AR platform on the initiative, which Nat Geo pointed out uses the front-facing camera, while most AR experiences use the selfie camera.
“We have been excited about AR and immersive storytelling for a long time, but it’s been largely inaccessible to a lot of people,” Nat Geo director of Instagram Josh Raab said. “This will be available to everybody, not just Nat Geo followers.”
The AR experience brings the issue’s cover to life in order to share a cautionary outlook of climate change using projected climate data for 12 key cities and depictions of what those cities may feel like 50 years from now.
People reading the Nat Geo article via their phones can click on the yellow-and-black globe icon to open the interactive experience via their Instagram apps, or Instagram users can access it by opening up filters in their cameras and searching for “The World in 2070.”
A physical magazine cover is not necessary to access the AR experience. Opening it “generates a digital version of the cover,” Raab said. “Place that cover on any flat surface, or the Instagram app will scan the room, find a flat surface and size and place the cover.” Users can also control the size of the cover by pinching their fingers.
Once set, clicking on the cover results in a globe rising out of the cover and the headline, “What the world will feel like in 2070.”
Raab added, “It’s all 360. People can walk around the earth and scale it to any size. The earth rotates, clouds move freely and we even added some stars in the background.”
Yellow nodes will appear on 12 cities around the globe, and clicking them will bring up current climate data for each city: low and high temperatures in the summer and winter, and average annual precipitation.
A line is then drawn from the selected city to a city that is projected to have the same climate in 50 years. For example, according to projections, Los Angeles will feel in 2070 like Quezzanne, Morocco, does today.
There are two cities for which no 2070 projections will appear—Hanoi (Vietnam) and Kuwait City—because there is currently no location on the planet that feels the way they are projected to feel in 50 years.
The 12 cities included in Nat Geo’s AR experience are: Chennai, India; Hanoi; Istanbul; Jakarta, Indonesia; Kinshasha, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Kuwait City; Lima, Peru; London; Los Angeles; Miami; St. Petersburg, Russia; and Santiago, Chile.
User Experience Design is a collection of activities that you do for a product or service and creating a product that is useful and useable for your users.
Let’s talk about the user, who is a user? User refers to everyone who is expected to use your assets such as websites or computer applications, and experience is the experience of a person using the assets in terms of how easy or pleasing of a product or production for users the way they want.
UX design is an interaction someone can have it with a product and users. The way how your user feels and thinks about your product or service, the most essential point is solving the problems of the user and solving the issues that the user faces every day.
You must discover the problems of users and how can you progress the users’ needs day by day, and solving the problems product that provides user experience e.g. the Samsung are thus designed with not only product consumption, so the UX designer they don’t create a usable product, they also create pleasure, sufficiency, and fun too.
So UX design stands for user experience, in other words, the design of experience for user and experience is an interaction between the product and the user.
UX designer is doing the stuff that makes people feel great and pleasure about your product when they use your stuff.
Come to the process section: The UX design is understanding the usability in understanding technology, what platform are you working and how does it work? Does it solve the problems of the user? the exact thing that they want. Let’s go through the process step by step together.
Step 1: Solving the user problem
What are their problems? And how can you solve that problem for your users, understanding the user needs and problems? You can solve the user problem by asking or talking to your user. Maybe sometimes finding a real solution is difficult but so you may need to dig deep and do some real-life observation as well as just talking to your user.
Step 2: Understanding your users and your brand
For what kind of platform are you looking for? To provide a useful and usable product for your user.
Step 3: User Experience
The most important part is User experience, the overall experience of users using a product, include effective and meaningful, valuable, usable interaction with your product.
Step 4: Research
understanding user behaviour, needs, and a collection of feedback that works in the real world with real people. In this way, you find out the user’s needs which should form the basis of what you’re designing.
Step 5: Evaluation
Evaluation is a batch of feedback of users before during or after using your product and interaction with your product. Evaluation is important for UX design to know the feedback of the user and their suggestion to your product.
Step 6: Interview, Focus Group, Discuss Team
You need to interview or discuss your product or service with your co-worker and a team, it needs focus group about that product your making for the user before publishing.
Coming together is a beginning,
Staying together is progress,
And Working together is a success.
Step 7: Usability Testing
Usability testing is a method that the test is doing by a real user to measure how usable or useful is a product and how easy it is for the user to reach their goals.
Step 8: Design
After doing all those processes this step is to work on the final graphic and using a great image and them and using different graphic styles to apply for them.
Design is not just What it looks like and feels like,
Design is how it works.
In UX design there are some skills you must focus on like collaboration is an inherent pointto progress in UX design, you must discuss and collaborate with your colleague or your team to talk about the product as well as taking their idea and feedback is very fine.
And also, communication is a great method for UX design to communicate with users and how to explain design and ideas in different ways to your audience and also interpret or justify your work and design to your users and solving the user problems.
Excitement for problem-solving: As there are different ways and solutions to test UX design multiple times before you can finally come up with a specific idea, just by having a passion for problem-solving can be very useful.
Work as a team: Always many companies provide the best product for their customers and its all the effort of a team, who work together to make the best product for users, so work with a team is the most valuable stuff that provides the better choice for a company.
Eventually, it’s all about solving the user’s problem understanding your user, how can you solve their problems? And interacting with your user and product. making the best product that is usable, useful, for your user. I hope you have found inspiration in many processes and skills I have mentioned in this article.