User experience (UX) is a term usually used in relation to the human-computer interaction, which as an assumption should provide the user with a positive experience with a functional product that is easy to operate, aesthetic and ergonomic. In 1993, Don Norman realized the meaning of a user-oriented design. At that time, he was an architect at Apple Computers, the products of which constitute a good example of putting this knowledge into practice. However, the boom of UX came to be only with the popularization of Internet services, and then mobile application. Today we appreciate solutions, which apart from doing what they are supposed to do, are comfortable in operation. It is also high time our work tools follow this trend.
SAP started the popularization of the new approach in their products by introducing a set of ready applications called SAP Fiori which are actually a reflection of the most frequently used transactions from various SAP modules which are mostly suitable to be mobile. Initially there were 24 applications and then the number gradually increased to over 500!
This trend indicates that SAP was also careful regarding the new technology before they were convinced that it is the right ...