A community call series for developers and key users to learn how to apply SAP Fiori design in real-world projects.
SAP Fiori Makers offers you a peek behind the scenes of real-world SAP Fiori customer projects. Design-minded SAP partners showcase their SAP Fiori app designs and present their insights from their implementation projects. SAP Design has reviewed these apps and will give additional tips and tricks for creating a great user experience using SAP Fiori. The design showcases are brought to you through a virtual community call.
If you “make” SAP Fiori, either as beginner or experienced SAP Fiori developer, you are invited to register for free and join the call series. The calls will take place every first Thursday of the month. We will offer two slots – one for EMEA/APJ and one for the AMERICAS.
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In the next SAP Fiori Makers call, Marc Muschko and Udo Leutbecher from SAP Digital Business Services will showcase the SAP Fiori application for Access Management. It was built for the customer Daimler as part of the SAP Governance, Risk & Compliance Access Control Modul (GRC) product line. With this app, the user can request necessary authorizations themself. Marc and Udo will give insights on how the design, implementation, and improvement cycle was done, and how the new application benefits all users working with SAP systems.
Head of SAP Mobile &
UX Services EMEA
Chief Designer and
Head of SAP Fiori Design Concepts
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SAP invited August Engkilde and Martin Pock from 2BM to give a project report of their design-driven approach for their customer SKOV. They presented how they have designed an offline-enabled mobile application meeting the needs of service workers for large climate systems at chicken and pig farms worldwide.
In addition to August and Martin, Kai Richter, chief designer and head of SAP Fiori design concepts, joined the call to explain how to apply the newest SAP Fiori concepts to the SKOVshowcase. Kai and his team define the SAP Fiori design concepts that are rolled out via the SAP Fiori Design Guidelines.
Find more project details in August’s blog post in the SAP Community.
Even Fiori Makers need a break! In August there won’t be a community call. Next showcase will take place in September. Register now and get the invitation and dial-in details shortly before the next call.
Happy summer break!
Due to a short-term cancellation of the partner presentation, Kai Richter – Chief Designer SAP Fiori – jumped in spontaneously and presented an update to the SAP Fiori 2.0 design concepts, including
- The SAP Fiori Launchpad & navigation
- The Me-Area with the App Finder, User Settings, and Frequently Used apps
- Specific floorplans like the Overview Page, Object Page, and Analytical List Page
- Dynamic Page and Flexible Column Layout Controls
The presentation was mainly based on a demo. For further details on SAP Fiori 2.0, please refer to the following presentations/videos:
- SAP Fiori Road map with details on the new concepts.
- SAP Fiori 2.0 enabling S/4 Hana
- SAP Fiori Launchpad
- Try out SAP Fiori 2.0 in the SAP S/4 Hana Cloud trial system
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In addition to Rafael, Kai Richter, chief designer and head of SAP Fiori design concepts, joined the call to explain how to apply the newest SAP Fiori concepts to the Smyths showcase. Kai and his team define the SAP Fiori design concepts that are rolled out via the SAP Fiori Design Guidelines.