UX Convergence:

UX Convergence:

the new challenge of enterprise modern applications

The context

There are lots of new trends bearing down on the modern enterprise that will create the arduous task of overhauling their software delivery practices and operational culture.

The problem

The proliferation of applications badly affects productivity and customer satisfaction. On the other hand, companies are burdened with hundreds of siloed applications.

The solution

UX convergence can unify best-in-class user experience across different applications to create and distribute standard model for UX and build cohesive, digital, omnichannel experiences.

The 3 pillars of UX Convergence

UI Components

UI components

UI components or UI patterns are the foundation or DNA of User Interfaces. Customers build UI components to conform to a corporate brand or style. These pre-styled elements form a component library that can be used to build a site or application.

UI Components
Orchestration

Orchestration

Patterns alone don’t create an experience. That’s why the second pillar is Orchestration, which means building a common process model considering the different applications context where a UI is going to be used.

Abstraction

Abstraction

True UX Convergence cannot be obtained without Abstraction: a standard implementation model for an orchestrated pattern. Abstraction allows us to build a common “language” of experience around a given feature or service.

Abstraction