After publishing my blog post Next step of SAP Fiori 3 available: Quartz Dark theme we received quite a few questions about whether it would be down-ported to become available for SAP Fiori front-end server 6.0, and hence for SAP Business Suite and older SAP S/4HANA releases. I am happy to say that not only have we decided to do the down-port, but it is in fact now available in SAPUI5 1.71, the long-term maintenance version of SAPUI5.
You can now leverage multi-page spaces to give your users stable, well-structured and personalizable access to their important apps for SAP S/4HANA on-premise releases 1809, 1909 and 2020. Furthermore, you can give your users a central entry point for well-structured access to multiple systems, provided by the SAP Cloud Platform Launchpad service.
With SAP S/4HANA 2020 users also now benefit from our continuous improvements in SAP Fiori 3 situation handling, while all developers benefit from the new SAP Fiori controls for SAP Fiori native apps for iOS and Android, as well as from our next generation IDE in the cloud, SAP Business Application Studio, and SAP Fiori tools.
With these next steps on our SAP Fiori 3 journey now available, you can leverage multi-page spaces to give your users stable, well-structured and personalizable access to their important apps, as well as benefitting from our continuous improvements in SAP Fiori 3 situation handling. Developers also benefit from the new SAP Fiori controls for SAP Fiori native apps for iOS and Android, as well as from our next generation IDE in the cloud, SAP Business Application Studio, and SAP Fiori tools.
With the availability of the spaces concept we take a further step on the SAP Fiori 3 journey, evolving the award-winning SAP Fiori design for all SAP products to fully support the Intelligent Suite, running on any device. This first version of the concept gives users and administrators more flexibility in how they structure the layout of the SAP Fiori launchpad, and is available with SAP S/4HANA Cloud 2005 and SAPUI5 1.75.
The business world is full of situations. You miss your train to the office and need to reschedule a meeting. A colleague calls in sick, putting a major project milestone at risk. Or a supplier can’t fulfill your order, leaving you to find a workaround.
How can we help business users to deal with the unexpected?
With the availability of the Quartz Dark theme we take the next step on the SAP Fiori 3 journey, evolving the award-winning SAP Fiori design for all SAP products to fully support the Intelligent Suite, running on any device. This first version of the theme is included in SAPUI5 1.72 and is available with SAP S/4HANA Cloud 2002.
The purpose of SAP Screen Personas is to give users the ability to simplify classic transactions and business processes to make their end-users’ daily lives easier, faster, and less complicated. Don't just take my word, take a look at what some of our customers are saying about SAP Screen Personas.
SAP TechEd Barcelona runs from October 8-10, 2019. We have many lecture, roadmap, and hands-on sessions on user experience and design topics, such as: SAP Fiori 3 SAP Fiori launchpad SAP Fiori elements SAPUI5 SAP Web IDE SAP Screen Personas Mobile app development Design thinking There will also be some sneak previews of new products […]
Take part in the SAP Fiori & SAP CoPilot Roadshow 2018 and have SAP’s UX ambassadors joining you for a day or two full of inspiring sessions with SAP CoPilot, the digital assistant and bot integration hub for the enterprise, in the spotlight.
The podcast below accompanies the Beacon nugget, Meaningful Motion in UI. In the SAP Fiori Design Guidelines, the section about motion design has been updated with new content. Drago and Sebastian, SAP UX designers for motion design, discuss the concepts that have been newly introduced: duration, easings, and direction. Listen to the podcast below to […]
Recently, my colleague Noboru Ota drew attention to a new procurement comparison video in our series, and now we have added another finance scenario: SAP S/4HANA Financial Balance Sheet – Profit and Loss Analysis. It is also based on our latest on-premise release, SAP S/4HANA 1709. Many of you, may already be familiar with the […]
Some keen observers of the SAP space are already familiar with the series of YouTube clips that compare the UX of our classical SAP ERP (SAP GUI) and S/4HANA (SAP Fiori). We have already covered the following scenarios in this series. Sales Order Fulfillment End-to-End Inventory Management Produce real-time MRP insights One of them was […]
Organizations interested in a user experience improvement project often ask whether to use SAP Screen Personas or SAP Fiori. While project requirements and resources differ, achieving a consistent SAP Fiori user experience (UX) is a question of “and”, not “or”.
As companies begin their digital transformation journey, they need to do much more than look for innovative technologies. They also need to create an innovation culture that will pave the way to easier adoption of these new technologies. To do so, SAP advocates Design Thinking – a mindset that provides employees with an inviting environment […]
From Orient to Down Under - in the next twenty weeks the SAP Fiori user experience ambassadors travel around Asia and Australia to meet customers and partners, speak at various conferences, and share insights into the future of SAP Fiori.
Whether you were at SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando or not, I’m sure you heard the buzz around user experience. From Bill McDermott’s keynote to the Fiori Café to the customer sessions talking about UX, there was definite interest and desire to reinvent the SAP user experience. See the UX highlights from SAPPHIRE NOW below.