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Observing the different ways that users of applications work locally in coffee shops, offices, and on the go drives the requirements for building a great user experience. Going far beyond mere translation of the UI, the cultural, technical, and social environments of users can vary locally, requiring designers and developers to meet the modern user experiences demanded of applications of in different ways.
But how can developers and designers scale their efforts to enable a single code base to excite and delight users of apps on a local and individual level? The colorful illustrations and insights in this presentation by Ultan Ó Broin reveal how matching user experience best practices and i18n and L10n-enabled technology provides an answer.
Ultan Ó Broin has worked in Oracle applications development in the US and Europe, Middle East, and Asia since 1996. He is a passionate evangelist for applications user experience, communicating usability guidance and resources to Oracle applications developers, partners, and customers worldwide. Professional and Ph.D. research interests include digital seniors, user experience design patterns, cloud-based software developer productivity, and technology globalization.
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