Goals

  • This course will prepare you to:
    • Describe the SAP User Experience Strategy
    • Explain SAP Fiori’s role in the SAP User Experience Strategy
    • Define the role of Design Thinking in relation to SAP User Experience
    • Explain the importance of context & scoping
    • Perform Business Case decisions based on elements of UX contributions to a Business Case
    • Describe the differences between Enablement versus Renew in the UX Strategy
    • Understand the role of SAP Splash and its uses
    • Describe a typical User Experience Journey such as how to gain information of users, how to distill the user information, and create a story board based on the gained information
    • Create an SAP BUILD LOFI Prototype
    • Explore the Fiori Design Principles and Guidelines to create a HIFI prototype by cloning and from scratch

Audience

  • UX Designer
  • Developer
  • Developer Consultant
  • Business Process Architect

Prerequisites

Essential

  • None

Recommended

Course based on software release

  • SAP S/4HANA WTS + local version SAPWebIDE

Content

  • SAP UX Strategy
    • Describe the SAP User Experience Strategy
    • Outline the role of SAP Fiori in the SAP User Experience Strategy
    • Explain Design Thinking in relation to SAP User Experience
    • Define the importance of context & scoping regarding to UX
  • Business Case Decisions
    • Describe the elements of UX contributing to a Business Case
    • Explain Enablement versus Renew
    • Outline the Impact and possibilities of Devices
  • User Experience Journey
    • Explain how to gain information of users
    • Describe how to distill the user information
    • Create a story board based on the gained information
  • SAP BUILD LOFI Prototyping
    • Create a LOFI prototype
    • Explain the basics of SAP BUILD
    • Explain how to create low fidelity prototype in BUILD out of a hand-sketched prototype
  • SAP BUILD HIFI Prototyping
    • Explain the Fiori Design Principles and Guidelines for HIFI prototyping
    • Create a BUILD prototype by cloning
    • Create a prototype from scratch with BUILD