user experience Category

EUI Summit – UI/UX panel

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I had the opportunity to participate in a lively panel about the nature of user interface / user experience in the enterprise, and what the future holds. The picture at left depicts the funky meeting room at the Sky Hotel in Aspen.   The session was videotaped, and […]

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EUI Summit – Day 1 AM

Thursday was the first full day of the Summit, and we had a very full agenda.  As a result, I am going to break the day up into three posts: the morning sessions, the Enterprise UI/UX panel that I participated in, and the afternoon sessions.  Sam Lawrence is Jive’s Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), and the […]

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EUI Summit – Day 0

Kirsten and I arrived in Aspen for the Enterprise UI Summit yesterday, tired and hungry. Overall the trip was pretty uneventful, although we had a super tight connection in Denver, and a bumpy ride into Aspen because of the weather.  I think it is going take me a little while to get acclimated to the […]

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Enterprise UI Summit – prework

Elsewhere, I’ve written about SAP’s intranet (called the Corporate Portal), which runs on the SAP NetWeaver platform.  In addition to our intranet, at SAP we have an instance of the Jive Clearspace Suite installed for collaboration both inside and outside the firewall.  I have enjoyed my use of the ‘Collaboration Workspace’ so far, though I […]

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Project Delight

In the coming month or so, I will step down from the governing body of our intranet, the Portal Business Group (PBG).  I helped formulate the concept of the group in 2003 and was one of its founding members.  During my tenure I was responsible for representing the interests of a quarter of SAP’s employee […]

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