User Interface & User Experience Design
Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.
Why your learning needs a well-crafted UI and UX?
For any learning to be effective, an excellent curriculum and content design come foremost.
Along with the other pillars of visual and multimedia design, UI and UX form a critical mass that one must aim to achieve for the success of any online program, educational game, learning platform, or any other digital product. However, design is a challenging area as it is not governed by a ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ decision, but is somewhat subjective in its ideation, construct, and consumption.
Every user is unique in the way they engage in learning activities and learn. Thus, an interface should support their individual learning needs, considering their age, their level of content expertise, their previous knowledge, their conceptions of learning, and even potentially their learning styles.
A learning process that includes a well-thought-out UI and UX process, ideated and managed by experience, adds life to the learning and is thus, a necessary step to any learning development process.
Why choose Conscience for your UI and UX Design?
At Conscience, we focus on the experience.
We design simple, compelling, and functional designs for interfaces and interactions to create an online experience that transforms users into followers and customers into ambassadors.
Our Design Studio is grounded in a conventional user-centric design approach. Using this approach, we leverage our experiences in the building of learner journeys via digital programs, learning objects, educational games, simulations, interactive courseware, mobile learning applications, Learning Management Systems (LMS), Learning eXperience Platforms (LXP), Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS), and others.
When you engage Conscience for your UI and UX needs, you get a design experience that:
enables enhanced user satisfaction through a viable design solution built on rules and metrics
pivots around the four pillars of any learning ecosystem - Content, User Goals, Business Goals, Interaction
conforms to accessibility standards like WCAG and Section 508 and other learning compliances
supports a modular design based on pattern libraries using Google Material Design System
equally weighs technical constraints, that may otherwise be limiting to the process of a good learning design
Our User Experience Design Process
Our Design Studio manages a typical project based on an established process that involves:
Systematic research of the users’ needs
Effective translation of these requirements to elicit and elaborate impact maps, personas, user journeys, and site maps.
Definition of the user experience with low - & high - fidelity wireframes, style guides and support documentation.
Close collaboration with the design implementation team to ensure that the desired user experience is delivered.
Let our high-impact, impressive design of content and information take learners, instructors, parents, and key stakeholders on a captivating visual journey within an engaging and interactive learning or business ecosystem.