Digital design focuses on the understanding of interactive digital media, their aesthetics and culture, and how digital interactive media can be designed to engage in artistic, experience-oriented and communicative contexts.
When the optimal user experience is delivered, it is about delivering a solution that meets the precise needs of the end user in a direct and accurate way without creating unnecessary complications.In addition, it’s about creating the simplicity and elegance of the solution, which makes it a pleasure to use.
Good user experiences must go far beyond what the user expects and should contain far more than fulfilling the list of desired functionality. When it comes to delivering new innovative solutions, invokers have the skills needed to take the solution all the way from the good idea to implementation and go live.
The requirements to ERP applications only get higher as users’ expectations for applications are increasingly formed by Google, Amazon, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
The ERP world as we know it is changing. This also means a change in SAP and it can be difficult to keep track of and hard to relate to your own IT strategy. SAP is moving from being transaction-driven, desktop-based and used by experts towards being role-driven, for everyone and mobile.
These changes rub off on the IT and SAP strategy of the company. Therefore, we have made a series of workshops called SAP UI/UX Strategy Roadmap.
Furthermore, you will get concrete tools to determine and measure how your future applications should be made to meet the needs of modern IT users.
Our SAP UI/UX Strategy Roadmap is delivered as a smaller series of workshops over a short period of time. The workshops will be customized to match your individual needs but will otherwise follow a set course to provide you with an insight into what creates an optimal user experience for your users
Design Thinking helps identify the right questions and the actual challenges that a new IT solution needs to solve – before using the power to find the answer.
The goal is to identify the real needs of the users and not what one might think or hope they need before building and testing the first prototypes.
Effective Design Thinking by invokers is our further development of the concept, where we focus specifically on digitisation.
“Design thinking can be described as a discipline that uses the designer’s sensibility and methods to match people’s needs with what is technologically feasible and what a viable business strategy can convert into customer value and market opportunity.”
– Tim Brown CEO, IDEO
If you start by visualising how much you can save and how easy daily life will be in your company, simply by ensuring that your IT solutions works. Right from the start. Go on to think: what if the development is easy and fast? If the implementation was nearly finished before you even started? And if all users enjoy and appreciate the solution and begin using it as expected on the very first day? In Effective Design Thinking we work with iterative processes, which means we test assumptions and ideas and then return to the prototype and change it from results and feedback. We use an iterative approach to learn from the errors early in the process and then look for better solutions.