More and more the word “Big data” is heard. Iit seems like it has become the talk of the town. In this post I want to write a bit about what big data are and I also want to go back to the times of Business Objects which are replaced now by the new apps of SAP. I also want to show that the cards, which show data in an Fiori Overview Page, are also used in native (non SAP) web interfaces. Big Data Big…Continue Reading “Big Data”

I have gained quite some knowledge about Fiori. I started with Fiori, because I have worked as an UI/UX deisgner for quite some years. I started with table layouts, which means that a layout was structured by a classic table like this: Layout Element Layout Element Layout Element Layout Element Layout Element Layout Element Layout Element Layout Element Layout Element To create such a layout was quite a hassle and to modify it, after being ready, was aweful. There was so much code of nested…Continue Reading “Google’s Material Design and SAP Fiori Design”

When a web app is developed, an UX designer often only sees a web app from his or her perspective. Working at an interface for hours, days, weeks an moths makes a developer blind for the needs of the users. Of course many of us are quite experienced and we all know the rules of good user experience. But we create many sites and often a certain routine sneaks in. This can lead to forgetting about the audience. And, to be honest, we’re a bit…Continue Reading “UX designers should observe user interaction and use those data”

The world of interface and user experience design is continuous changing. Trends come and quickly, they disappear again from the design stage. Some of them are like “Do we really need this?” (Long shadows was one of them) and some are really exciting. And a really exciting new trend are cinemagraphs… What are cinemagraphs? In fact nothing new. To articulate it blunt, cinemagraphs are good old GIF files. I remember the time when I had my first website (with table layouts!!!) when there were billions…Continue Reading “Cinemagraphs”