“…the increasing expectation of users to have simpler, easier and more effective user-centered experiences in the enterprise is just as applicable to citizens and constituents in open and electronic Government”
There is a new provocation today, and it’s the most enjoyable one yet. Technology is necessary but not sufficient…irrespective of the vendor selection to deliver a richer experience, the delivery of a compelling experience, one that resolves the dynamic tension between the ROI the business seeks, and the tasks and goals their users wish to achieve, is not a technology problem. It is a Design problem.
In this presentation, we showcase Project Hendrix at Adobe, we talk about the importance of Design in technology, we talk about how to build Flex experiences upon SAP implementations, and we introduce the idea of Experience Oriented Architecture.
…let me share some of my own thoughts on what traits define an architecture as “Experience Oriented”
Come and hear us introduce “Experience Oriented Architecture” as a design and development approach to fusing Rich Internet Applications and Service Oriented Architecture. SAP development has never looked better
…join us to work together to create incredible experiences alongside Adobe partners, on behalf of some of our most strategic customers.
I’m very excited about the opportunity for collaboration this will create between Adobe Technical Services and community leaders
…have the confidence to attack the most complex of Rich Internet Applications safe in the knowledge that defensive testing strategies can be used across the Adobe platform…
As more and more organisations understand the power of the "mashup" in the enterprise, I’ve seen an increasing trend towards real-time collaboration and visualisations over geo-spatial data
…leverage technologies like Flex and AIR "on the glass" with "behind the glass" technologies such as Flash Media Server and Flash Media Rights Management Server, in order that we can create innovative broadcast experiences that will be experienced by millions of eyeballs at a time.