Design, Implementation And Evaluation Of An E-Learning Platform For Students And Teachers With The Human Centered Design Process
- Understanding of the Human-Centred Design process
- E-Learning Success Model
E-Learning platforms influence the user experience . If this experience is not perceived as satisfying, the user may abandon the e-learning system prematurely . Due to the COVID-19 pandemic educational institutions and companies switched from a physical to a digital space . In general, it is expected from a e-learning system to support the educational content that the institution is providing. Thus, the system shall enhance the experience, by fulfilling the user’s needs.
The article “Evaluating E-Learning Systems Success” proposes a model for constructing a successful e-learning system. While they propose a theoretical model for e-learning systems, they do not explain how to design and implement one. Because E-learning systems have different users with different needs, a human-centred design approach is adopted to develop a system that is focused on the user experience.
The goal is to design and implement a functioning prototype for a e-learning platform for students and teachers with the human-centered design process.
- Literature review on e-learning
- Data gathering from the different user types
- Designing the different user interfaces with Figma
- Implementing the Figma prototypes into a holistic prototype with HTML, CSS, and ReactJS
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