Working with new and emerging technologies in enterprise mobility is where Lindsay’s focus lies. From designing and developing responsive user interfaces with SAPUI5, through to creating the communication layer with SAP Gateway, Lindsay’s client experiences have provided her with the tools to build end-to-end solutions, with user experience as the key driver. Recently she has been working with others at Bluefin to build a Fiori resourcing app to enable our consultants to plan and manage project resources.
Lindsay’s expertise in implementation and customisation within the Fiori application landscape was greatly valued whilst working as Gateway Development Lead on one of the UK’s first SAP Fiori implementations.
Progressing from Fiori to UI development, using the SAPUI5 libraries, Lindsay has found a natural joy and passion: building device responsive user interfaces to meet users’ requirements and provide a quality user experience by following the Fiori design principles.
When planning out new mobile roadmaps, Lindsay uses her technical expertise, in combination with her desire to dig deep into clients’ systems and processes. This ensures the best strategic choices are made, whilst keeping in view the importance of user-centric design.
Lindsay’s passionate about guaranteeing clients’ self-sufficiency and delivers the SAP Gateway part of a three day Fiori training course. This leaves attendees with a greater understanding of, and better ability to support, maintain, and build from scratch their own OData service.
Organisation is Lindsay’s middle name (actually it’s Florence, but who’s checking!). As a fierce note-taker and documentation-writer nothing is left to chance.
Outside of work you'll find Lindsay sneaking off on Snowboarding adventures, singing with Rock Choir and volunteering with the Newman Holiday Trust.