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The UI Enterprise Components You Need to Design Your Business App

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Smartphones have become an essential part of everyday life. The way consumers interact with a business has completely changed. But the changes to how we interact with companies don’t stop there; our work lives have changed completely. Over the last nine months, business has moved from almost entirely in-person to almost entirely online. RedHat explains, “In our always-on, mobile world, a field worker with a smartphone expects to be as connected as a colleague at a desk. Enterprise mobile app development is about making this connectivity possible while meeting the security and reliability requirements of a large organization.”

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Enterprise Design guidelines

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Design process within enterprise platforms and frameworks

We see a growing population of designers joining the enterprise domain. This exciting trend contributes to a more human digital experience of professional software and removes some decades-old stereotypes about enterprise software being the most suffering user experience one can have with the technology.

I decided to wrap up my observations to guide aspiring and practicing designers and product managers in the enterprise environment. I focus on areas that make enterprise software different from consumer products, startups, digital agencies, and web design engagements. I structured my thoughts into three chapters.

1. Enterprise Design Discovery2. Lateral innovation3.

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Enterprise Design Discovery

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Design discovery within enterprise platforms and systemsThis article is part of a three-chapter Enterprise Design guidelines — start reading here.[1.] ServiceNow Design processUX Research

It is great to see more focus on ethnographic research resulting in an increasing number of dedicated UX Research roles within the enterprise environment. UX research discovery is used as an input for popular Design Sprints and other problem solving collaborative methods. The product team and stakeholders are often rendering their intent and expectations of the solution regardless of the technological constraints or available building blocks.

When stakeholders’ expectations and user research are used as the only source to generate future product ideas, it