Providing solutions for improved course experience based on past students' feedback
Several state universities in the U.S.
User experience and user interface designer
About 12 months to conceptualize, design and develop
Pencil and notebook, sticky notes, Adobe Experience Design
Over the course of 12 months the technology and design teams united to overhaul all the existing interactive learning objects (ILOs) to create responsive and more intuitive experiences for learners on two different learning management systems (LMS).
ADA compliancy is very important and we promised to acheive at least level 2 ADA compliant for universities. This means the current mobile experience needed more work.
The multiple choice knowledge checks within the course were very rudimentary and did not include clear immediate feedback, but we also needed to discuss whether that was necessary because the feedback could be given at the end or in several different ways. Four design sprints gave us a chance to do lots of A/B testing and brainstorm on how to mix in several instructional strategies to improve the learner's user experience.
The ones that didn't make the cut
I enjoy showing all the iterations because you never know when you get inspired to build upon the mockup and create a new design.
Dark UI with image, selected
Type caption Dark UI with image, unselected
Pull down help screen
Animate left/right multiple answer selection
Light UI, multiple answer selection
Feedback springs open pushing the other answers down