Simplified User Experience Design Patterns eBook from Oracle

I strongly recommend anyone interested in UX (User Experience) design to look at this free publication Oracle has put together. It demonstrates how design and UX can be standardized across an enterprise wide Web application.

Phill Simon (@quicmdirector)

Karen Scipi (@karenscipi) writes:

The Oracle Applications User Experience team is delighted to announce that our Simplified User Experience Design Patterns for the Oracle Applications Cloud Service eBook is available for free.

Working with publishers McGraw-Hill, we’re making our eBook available in EPUB, MOBI, and PDF versions.

The eBook illustrates the same user experience (UX) design patterns and page types and components guidelines that Oracle uses to build simplified user interfaces (UIs) for the Oracle Sales Cloud and Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud.

Click to register and download your free copy of the eBook

UX design patterns and guidelines offer big wins for applications builders because they’re proven and reusable solutions applied using Oracle technology. Our eBook enables developers to build a compelling user experience consistently, boosting developer productivity, and shortening the overall time to put a modern user experience into the hands of users.

Developers use the eBook to build their own simplified UIs with Oracle Application Developer Framework (ADF) and Oracle JDeveloper

Oracle partners, customers and the Oracle ADF community can now share in the Oracle Applications User Experience science and design expertise behind those awesome simplified UIs in the Oracle Applications Cloud, and begin to build their own great simplified UIs too!

via General Availability: Simplified User Experience Design Patterns eBook (Usable Apps Blog).

Source: General Availability: Simplified User Experience Design Patterns eBook (Usable Apps Blog)


  1. Based on the quality of their products (which I am forced to use). Oracle is the last company I’d look to for UX advice.

    • I’m not surprised you feel that way about Oracle. But look at the publication. It’s a pretty decent manual and says a lot about how to apply UX conventions across a global application.

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