Our Success Story @ Appian Around The World 2016 – Midwest

Appian Around the World is a series of one-day complimentary events tailored for Appian's customers and invited guests.


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UX Patterns For Enterprise Applications – Tabular Data

In absence of a well-defined system, spreadsheet is perhaps one of the most common tool that workers utilize for getting work done. Just because a system is…


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UX Patterns For Enterprise Applications – Smart Defaults

One of the common issues that manual processing causes is data errors. So, while automating processes wherever human input is required, try keeping the data…


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How BPM Cycle Has Evolved

Emiel Kelly in his post "Customers don’t care about BPM cycles" provides insights into how the age old BPM cycle has evolved over the years. Almost everyone in…


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UX Patterns For Enterprise Applications – Input Fields

How you design input fields will also directly correlate to number of user interactions (eyes, mouse/keyboard/touch). If you have an input intensive form, then…


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UX Patterns For Enterprise Applications – Urgency & Timeliness

Due Dates are important to ensure cycle times are met, but how and where they are displayed make a difference.


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Why Digital Transformation Can’t Proceed Without Operational Process Transformation

Organizations going through digital transformation journey focus more on transforming customer experience and business model. Both of these areas are visible…


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UX Patterns For Enterprise Applications – Milestones

Workflows are a core piece of enterprise applications, and most work follows a process either structured or unstructured. The process is implemented either by…


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UX Patterns For Enterprise Applications – Layout

How information is laid out on the page will have a direct impact on time a knowledge worker needs to locate something. Clearly marking and grouping related…


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