WHERE NO ONE HAS GONE BEFORE

WHERE NO ONE HAS GONE BEFORE

There was once a time where you would never have said that an enterprise application could be Simple or User friendly.
Complex systems were synonym of difficult to implement and complicated to use. In this fast changing world where building web and mobile applications is easier then ever before and simplicity the new design standard, the enterprise is far from being left behind. Not only is legacy software being replaced by cloud platforms but the user is becoming central in large organisations.
In this talk we will explore how consumer applications are currently having a huge impact on Enterprise Software and how designing for the enterprise can be the next big thing in technology.

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Hervé Mischler

June 24, 2014
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  1. FOR THE ENTERPRISE UX Romandie 2014 THE FUTURE OF DESIGN

    WHERE NO ONE HAS GONE BEFORE
  2. Hello I’m Hervé

  3. None
  4. Terminal $ yo [?] What would you like to do?

    (Use arrow keys) ! Run the Angular generator (0.7.1) Run the Cordova generator (0.0.5) Run the Foundation generator (0.5.0) Run the Heroku generator (0.0.7) Run the Mobile generator (1.0.0-alpha.1) Run the Polymer generator (0.0.9) Run the Webapp generator (0.4.9) (Move up and down to reveal more choices)
  5. The Journey

  6. enterprise software is purpose-designed computer software used to satisfy the

    needs of an organization rather than individual users. – Wikipedia
  7. CRM ERP MDM CMS PSA RM RFQ EAM EMR KPI

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  9. designers Developers

  10. performance scalability robustness

  11. What about the User?

  12. + User Login User Password > Register > Lost your

    password? Login
  13. What Am I doing Here?

  14. With enterprise software, if the experience is bad, The user

    has no other choice than to live with it.
  15. Complex doesn’t necessarily mean Complicated

  16. Discoveries

  17. Mobile First

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  20. webplatform.org

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  22. + http://sfdc-styleguide.herokuapp.com/

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  24. + calltoidea.com

  25. Translate the mental model from Consumer Apps to Enterprise Apps

  26. The Future

  27. futurefriend.ly

  28. API

  29. salesforce.com bradfrostweb.com

  30. salesforce.com bohemiancoding.com

  31. dribbble.com/elibrumbaugh

  32. + getbootstrap.com

  33. + foundation.zurb.com

  34. + developers.google.com/web/starter-kit/

  35. salesforce.com

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  37. + sfdc-styleguide.herokuapp.com

  38. salesforce.com angularjs.org

  39. yeoman.io

  40. Terminal $ yo [?] What would you like to do?

    (Use arrow keys) ! Run the Angular generator (0.7.1) Run the Cordova generator (0.0.5) Run the Foundation generator (0.5.0) Run the Heroku generator (0.0.7) Run the Mobile generator (1.0.0-alpha.1) Run the Polymer generator (0.0.9) Run the Webapp generator (0.4.9) (Move up and down to reveal more choices)
  41. polymer-project.org

  42. Everything is an element

  43. webcomponents.org/ Terminal <!doctype html> <html> <head> <title>Video Player</title> </head> <body>

    <video controls> <source src="foo.mp4" type="video/mp4"> </video> </body> </html> <video></video> index.html <!doctype html> <html> <head> <title>Youtube Video Player</title> <script src="bower_components/platform/platform.js"></script> <link rel="import" href="bower_components/youtube-embed/dist/ </head> <body> <video controls> <youtube-embed videoid="3P5QP5t0Bus"></youtube-embed> </video> </body> </html>
  44. webcomponents.org/ index.html <!doctype html> <html> <head> <title>Youtube Video Player</title> <script

    src="bower_components/platform/platform.js"></script> <link rel="import" href="bower_components/youtube-embed/dist/ </head> <body> <video controls> <youtube-embed videoid="3P5QP5t0Bus"></youtube-embed> </video> </body> </html> <youtube-embed></youtube-embed>
  45. +

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  47. + webcomponents.org

  48. + developer.salesforce.com

  49. + sfdc-designer.herokuapp.com

  50. customelements.io

  51. component.kitchen

  52. The future is already here it's just not very evenly

    distributed – William Gibson
  53. @Dstroii http://speakerdeck.com/dstroii Thank you