Through conversations, presentations and most of all: live demonstrations, they allow you an exclusive preview of new concepts and fresh thinking that will define user-interface design, man-machine interaction and usability. Some are forward thinking concepts that push the envelope, others are solutions nearing production or already available. But, everything you’ll see will affect your end-user’s experience with new levels of simplicity, mobility and extensibility.
The User Experience
User interface design is the art and science of the usability of information systems for end-users. How is data, information or better yet: a call for action conveyed? How should an information system adapt itself to different devices? How can our sensory capabilities and state of the art technology leverage each other? The user experience ultimately determines whether your hard work is put to daily use. It’s the difference between a satisfied user and someone who struggles daily with applications.
Live demos and inspiring talks
The day is organized as a “walk in, be welcome and enjoy yourselves” format. We open our doors at 12:00 and close up at 20:00. An average visit will probably last 2 hours. You can wander around a dozen different working demos, including robotic arms, Google Glass and various tablets. You will obtain inside knowledge from the actual R&D specialists themselves. You can walk into short lectures that will provide a broader context. Senior AMIS consultants will provide analysis how this influences today’s application development. But most of all, we want you to feel welcome, enjoy the atmosphere, be amazed and get inspired.
An industry wide challenge
Oracle Corporation invests heavily in research and development on user experience design. But it is an industry wide challenge. The concepts presented and demonstrated on March 18 are completely independent of the underlying technology and just as relevant to a SAP, Microsoft, open source or indeed users of any other technology stack. Every organization that relies on information systems is cordially invited to this unique behind-the-scenes view, provided by Oracle Corporation.
Enter The Secret Chamber
For those who want experience the full user experience, there is also a Secret Chamber. Here, Oracle Corporation allows you, under a formal non-disclosure, to see forward-looking concepts that are in exploration; Ideas that may never reach production or end up looking very differently.
If you want to experience this yourselves, you can indicate this by sending an email to email@example.com. We will provide you with a formal non-disclosure agreement and an assigned slot.
Parallel to the demo stations you can attend 25 lectures by prominent UX professionals from a wide spectrum of expertise . Visit this link for the lecture schedule.
Information in perspective
During the course of the day, we will slightly increase the depth of technological discussion. If you are interested at a managerial or architectural level, you are welcome during the afternoon. If you are a developer, you will find the discussions in the early evening more to your likening.
Feel welcome, enjoy the atmosphere, be amazed and get inspired
Normally, the work done in research and development of high tech companies is shrouded in secrecy. Oracle Corporation is unique that it showcases its thought leadership, over in the Netherlands. AMIS and Oracle invite you free of charge. Do not miss this exclusive opportunity to be a leader for your end user community, be inspired, enjoy the experience and have fun.
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