It’s no secret that everyone wants and expects a great user experience. This leads to lower training costs, fewer errors, and happier users. SAP Fiori provides a great user experience (UX) for SAP software. It comprises hundreds of intuitive apps as well as a set of user experience design guidelines.
This course is all about taking those SAP Fiori design guidelines and showing you how to apply them to your own unique business needs. Or, put another way, building your own SAP Fiori app that’s just as delightful and user-friendly as any of the hundreds SAP has built directly.
The goal of this course is to introduce you to the tools, methodologies, and best practices for designing, creating, and enhancing your very own SAP Fiori app. Included is a “design and build” challenge where you can submit your work for a chance to win a MacBook Air!
To simplify the development experience this course will use the SAP Web Integrated Development Environment (IDE), which is part of SAP HANA Cloud Platform (HCP). No installation is required. We’ll provide instructions for you to set up your own free trial account, which will be sufficient for the scope and duration of the course. You are welcome to participate without “going hands-on” with the SAP Web IDE; however, by contributing practically, you will be able to earn more points and will of course gain a fuller understanding of the scenarios covered.
Bob Caswell is a product owner in the SAP Solution and Knowledge Packaging team in Palo Alto, focusing on User Experience and SAP Fiori. He has over 12 years experience in the IT industry focused on training, digital media, and community-driven content.
You can follow him on Twitter @bobcaswell.
Yoram Friedman is a product owner for SAP Mobile and User Experience rapid-deployment solutions and been focusing on best practices for SAP mobile and desktop application development for the past few years.
Yoram has been working as a product manager for many SAP development tools and technologies since 2004.
Asi Messica is a product manager for SAP Web IDE, focusing on onboarding developers, customers, and partners to SAP Web IDE and building an ecosystem to extend the SAP Web IDE with additional templates and capabilities.
David Lincourt is an industry solution expert within the Global Defense & Security team. His focus is in helping military customers understand how they can draw value from their SAP investment.
David joined SAP in 2000 after a 20 year career as a Canadian Army Officer.
David spent three years while in the Canadian Army as a faculty member of the Royal Military College of Canada where he taught operational research, reliability, simulation, and operations management.
Oliver Graeff is a product expert in Product Management for SAP User Interfaces. He is focusing on SAP Web IDE and related topics.
Oliver represents SAP Web IDE in the SAP Community and is in close contact with the development teams.
Virgil Suteu is a package expert for technology rapid-deployment solutions, focusing on User Experience technologies like SAP Fiori, SAP Screen Personas, and within Mobile applications.
With a strong consulting and customer-oriented background, he is driving and supporting innovative projects, concepts, and technologies within SAP.
If you would like to enroll for this course, there are no formal prerequisites or limitations. The course is free and open for everyone. Just register for an account on openSAP and go for the course!Enroll me now
This course was held from Mar 25, 2015 through May 28, 2015.
31950 learners enrolled.
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