- A fully responsive user interface - one code line that responds that provides the optimal UI for laptop/desktop, tablet and phone.
- More emphasis on Quick Actions, giving users shortcuts directly to transactional pages rather than compelling them to navigate through an application
- Redesigned self-service pages with full transactions being completed on a single page - no multi-click drill downs, no moving to another page via a hyperlink, no nothing. Combining this with Quick Actions, navigation to a transaction is a single click...period.
And let's go to the desktop/laptop browser rendering next:
Now let's check out the redesigned Self-Service pages:
Note that the upper left shows some notes about the page design, the lower left depicts the rendering on a phone, and the right shows the appearance in a browser on a laptop/desktop.
So that's a quick taste of the Newsfeed UX coming out in HCM Cloud 18B. Want to learn more? Check out the briefing here. Or hit me up on Twitter (@fteter) and we'll make some arrangements. In fact if you're going to the OHUG 2018 conference, we can meet up there for a "live drive" demo. Or you can always get to me by leaving a comment.