Mike Fitzmaurice is the Vice President of Workflow Technology for Nintex, and is its subject matter expert and chief spokesperson for workflow, business transformation, and technology evangelism. Prior to Nintex, he spent 11 years at Microsoft, and worked on every version of SharePoint from pre-2001 through 2010. His areas of expertise include process automation, integration, collaboration, and citizen development.
Call it “Solution Building”, “Citizen Development”, “Low-Code/No-Code”, or any other term you’d like. But it’s not just coming – it’s already here. And SharePoint is ground zero for it. Some find it empowering, while others find it frightening. Some companies embrace it, while others (both users and IT) try to suppress it. Well, it need [...]
When designing user experiences, from business forms to elaborate websites, the goal should be to reward users for using your app. Too many solutions behave the opposite way, making users work harder and figure out more than they should. This will show you a way to rethink a bad app and turn it into a [...]
Data and user interfaces are important, but when designing a process-based solution, it's the process that informs what data is needed and what users need to see/do. Data-centric and process-centric apps each have their places, but the rules are different, and this short session will spell them out.