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Join this free online course to learn what the SAP Fiori design system is and how to design and develop your own intuitive applications.
This course was retired in October, 2023.
This course was retired in October, 2023.
People have become used to the speed and simplicity of consumer apps. Business users expect the same simplicity from their enterprise software. SAP Fiori gives this to them.
SAP Fiori is the user experience (UX) for SAP software. By applying modern design principles, it has completely reinvented the UX and has grown to a complete design system. Personalized and role-based, SAP Fiori provides optimal usability on multiple devices, allowing employees to get more done with fewer clicks and less training.
In this course, you’ll learn what SAP Fiori is, with examples from SAP products. The course shows you what the SAP Fiori design system is and how it helps provide a consistent, high quality UX for all our products. It’ll teach you how to design and develop your own intuitive applications, with demos of the SAP development tools showing just how easy it is. If you’re more interested in seeing how to adapt and extend standard SAP applications, this is covered too. Finally, you’ll see how to get the SAP Fiori launchpad up and running, and how to efficiently support end users, with the focus on SAP S/4HANA.
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Week 1: SAP Fiori Overview
Week 2: Designing SAP Fiori Apps
Week 3: Developing SAP Fiori Apps
Week 4: Managing SAP Fiori
Week 5: Final Exam
Basic understanding of SAP functionality
Conrad Bernal is a product marketing specialist for the SAP UX Engineering team.
He drives the development and production of training materials for SAP Fiori elements and SAP Screen Personas, and manages the team's social media presence.
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Jocelyn Dart is an SAP technology ambassador, and a user experience strategist within the SAP S/4HANA Regional Implementation Group, Asia-Pacific Japan. She leads the Community of Practice for SAP Fiori and UX.
Jocelyn has been an advocate and promoter for SAP Fiori and great UX over the last 5 years as a blogger on SAP Community, and at local and international conferences.
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This course was rated with 4.31 stars in average from 4836 votes.
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Sylvia Barnard is a product owner for SAP Screen Personas in the SAP UX Engineering team. She also leads customer support and experience activities for SAP Screen Personas.
Sylvia conducts workshops for SAP Screen Personas and various usability methods, including design thinking and interview techniques. She is a frequent speaker at SAP conferences and is also the co-author of a user research book, and two e-bites about SAP Screen Personas.
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Sibylle Brehm is a product management expert working in the area of SAP Cloud Platform and SAP Fiori launchpad.
Sibylle drives various rollout activities to enable customers and partners to successfully run and implement the SAP Fiori launchpad. She is a blogger on SAP Community and speaker at SAP conferences.
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Rainer Filsinger is a user experience designer in the central design organization for SAP Fiori. He works in the area of application controls and concepts, focusing on filtering and related topics.
Rainer consults application designers during the development process, and offers roll-out sessions and training.
Mark Fogle is a senior architect on the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for Android team, leading the team responsible for realizing the SAP Fiori for Android design.
Mark enjoys meeting with developers to better understand their Android use cases. Drawing on that understanding, he proposes solutions using the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for Android. He has been involved with mobile development at SAP for the past 10 years, focusing primarily on the Android platform.
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Joaquin Fornas is a Support Principal Consultant for the SAP Fiori Launchpad and SAPUI5. He is the author of several SAP Fiori related whitepapers and blogs in SAP Community.
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Bill Froelich is the product owner for the Mobile Development Kit (MDK) in the SAP Cloud Platform team.
Bill enjoys meeting with customers and partners to understand their needs and help them with their mobility goals.
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Christian Georgi is a development expert for SAP Cloud Platform, focusing on development with the SAP Cloud Application Programming Model.
Christian has been designing and developing tools in SAP Web IDE, SAP HANA studio, and ABAP Development Tools for many years.
Thomas Hensel is a product management expert for SAP Cloud Platform, focusing on user experience, SAP Fiori launchpad, and portals. Thomas teaches and advises customers on how to implement a central entry point on SAP Cloud Platform. He conducts enablement sessions and webinars, and drives customer engagement initiatives to collect feedback for the product teams.
Kattia Jordan-Philipp is a product manager working in the area of UX portfolio and adoption.
Kattia works on UX-related portfolio topics, overseeing the SAP Fiori lighthouse scenarios. She also conducts roll-out sessions on various topics, such as UX and SAP Fiori rapid activation.
Santosh Kikkeri is a product management expert in the SAP Design organization with a special focus on the SAP Fiori iOS design system. His goal is to help customers and partners accelerate design and development of mobile apps by using reusable UI controls.
Santosh manages the relationship with Apple Enterprise Design Lab to bring together business user needs and the principles of iOS design using Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines.
Raz Korn is a product manager in the SAP Cloud Platform Development Experience team, focusing on SAP Business Application Studio and SAP Web IDE.
Raz has over 20 years of experience in product management, driving go-to-market and customer activities and working in close contact with the development teams on the feedback.
Thomas Reiss is vice president of SAP User Experience Product Management, focusing on the adoption of innovations such as SAP Fiori and SAP CoPilot in SAP applications. Thomas joined SAP in 1993 as a developer and has had various leadership roles in development since 1995. Prior to joining SAP, Thomas spent two years as a developer in computer security at BASF AG. He holds a PhD and an MA in Electrical and Information Sciences from the University of Cambridge, England.
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Peter Spielvogel leads product marketing for SAP UX Engineering. He helps customers adopt the SAP Fiori user experience, works with SAP partners to expand their UX practices, blogs on UX topics, and speaks frequently at SAP conferences.
Peter is the SAP point of contact for ASUG on the user experience topic. He is also the co-author of three books.
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Tillman Swinke is a user experience designer who has worked on UIs for various platforms for more than 15 years.
Tillman started out with vocational training as a digital media designer and went on to study computer science and business informatics. His focus is on UI, UX, and enterprise design, and their importance for users within business processes.
Carine Tchoutouo Djomo is a product manager for the ABAP Platform focusing on the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model (RAP) and ABAP for SAP HANA.
Carine drives various rollout activities to help customers and partners understand the ABAP platform strategy and how to efficiently develop modern ABAP-based enterprise applications optimized for SAP HANA on-premise and in the cloud. She is also an active SAP Community contributor and a regular speaker at SAP TechEd and other tech conferences.
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Ashley Tung is the area product owner for SAP Fiori tools, focusing on making SAP Fiori app development as straightforward as possible.
Ashley’s background includes working as a software developer and a solution architect.