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Friday, April 4 • 11:30 - 12:30
P176 Stop generating your user interface, start designing IT!

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Process analysts and developers often make the mistake of equating user interaction with process flow. This is even more abundant now that we can execute the BPMN 2.0 models that we create. Analysts tend to model the user interaction in the process and then ask the developers to generate/build a screen for every human task that is modeled. This results in user interfaces that are hard to use, error prone and inflexible The resulting processes are very hard to change and too fine grained. Saving money in the project by generating a screen for every human task flow will cost the organization a lot of money. The reasons will be explained in this session. A better approach is to design the process flow and to design the user interface(s) separate from each other. This way you will be more flexible both to make process changes and to make interface changes. It will result in an user interface that people love to use and a business process that satisfies the needs of the business. This is illustrated with two cases. 

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Lonneke Dikmans

Lonneke is a consultant and managing partner at Vennster. She is a certified BPMN professional who specializes in integration and SOA/BPM solutions. She has hands-on experience with process modeling, web services, service oriented architecture, and traditional J2EE applications on different platforms in a wide variety of industries. Besides acting as a solution architect and technical lead she advises companies that are setting up Service... Read More →

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