Viktoria, Kai and Nico Licht are talking about implementing the IBCS-Standard in the SAP Analytics Cloud, how he changed the design and way of thinking at SAP and the perfect dashboard.
Nico is an experienced designer (interaction design, design thinking, media production) with 20+ years design experience, 10+ years software development experience, 5+ years cloud software development experience in the field of Data Management, Analytics and Planning. He is leading a global team of domain experts (user experience, user assistance, design services) in the field of Data Management, Analytics and Planning. Nico has a background in advertising and studied audiovisual media, interaction design and documentary film in Stuttgart, Sunderland and Toronto.
In this episode, Nico Licht, Vice President Design at SAP, reveals why he decided to work for SAP, what the advantages and challenges of implementing the IBCS standards are, his recipe for success, and why design-thinking is so critical not only for designer, but for everyone. Which assets can designers bring to the table? What do young in-house designers need to keep in mind when starting at a new company? What does the perfect dashboard look like? Learn more about Nico as a person in our quickfire questions round and about what we can expect from him and his team in the future.
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