Clients vs. Servers
Interactive Learning Module
As part of an Information management Systems Computer Science course - we were put in groups of two to design a learning module that follows the components of blooms taxonomy to teach an information technology module to University students in a versatile, educational, and aesthetically pleasing medium.
Primarily, Matthew and I did content mapping to determine a hierarchy of importance of information to include in the learning module as well as how to divide it, verbalize it, and organize it. We added a design constraint
Primarily, Matthew and I did content mapping to determine a hierarchy of importance of information to include in the learning module as well as how to divide it, verbalize it, and organize it.
In order for the content to be viewed and absorbed in the most amount of settings, we decided on creating the learning module in a size that could be used in several use cases:
Digital Christie Wall: All four modules stacked on top of one another in a full length, 3-story digital interface
Two double digital pages: for blog posts, and learning slides
Four-page printed learning pamphlet
After deciding on the hierarchy of information and settling on a wireframe that follows the best storyline for absorbing content we developed a style guide that outlined design guidelines to be followed throughout the creative process.
We decided on flat design techniques, a palette of 8 flat colours, and two complementary fonts with particular sizing, leading, and tracking for different use cases.