UI/UX is one of the critical factors for users to decide whether to use your application or not. Is your Jira application UI too basic? Is it too complex to use? Adaptavist Team will share a few tips to customize your Jira interface and the boundary you should set when customizing your Jira before making your Jira UI too complex. The speakers will also present a few use cases to improve your Jira UI/UX using ScriptRunner.
Max Lim is a certified JIRA Project Administrator. As a Software Support Engineer in Adaptavist, his daily works involve helping customers to resolve technical issues and suggest solutions to solve customers problems across multiple ScriptRunner products, for Jira Server/DC, Jira Cloud and Bitbucket Server/DC.
Lih Yao is certified in "Project Administration in Jira Server" and "Jira Service Desk Administrator", she worked as a Software Support Engineer who has experience supporting ScriptRunner for Server and Cloud in Adaptavist. She is always happy to help customers achieve the special Jira requirements, troubleshoot, and resolve their technical issues.
Before working in Adaptavist, she worked as a front-end web developer and that's why she always thinks that UI/UX can be super cool!
Software Support Team Lead
Raziman has been working in diverse industries as a Backend developer; from a big enterprise in the IT and banking industry to a small start-up company focusing on Java, AWS, APIs, NoSQL, and microservices. In 2020, he started exploring Atlassian and found a new passion in ScriptRunner tools. As a Software Support Team Lead, he leads his team in helping customers solve their technical difficulties and proposing the best solution for their requirements. After achieving the Atlassian Certified Expert certification, Raziman is now slowly engaging the Atlassian community, contributing ideas in solving today’s challenges.