- Reduce lessons less than 5 minutes from 9% to 4%
- Increase recurring lessons from 40% to 50%
- Increase live lessons from 40% to 50%
prioritized User stories
- I want a personal connection
- I want to feel like we’re working through problems side-by-side
- I want to expand my whiteboard, so I can share all material and follow along
- I want to comment in the lesson space to notate important areas
- I want to more easily add in material/content of any type for the lesson
There were issues with the whiteboard and editors, in terms of restricted amount of space and tab structure. The tools provided are also not adequate for drawing, subject-specific content like formulas, and commenting. There was also a significant amount of technical issues.
Current lesson space pictured on left.
Student and tutor feature importance
Did lots of diagramming in order to make sure the existing system was adequately captured, for example there were a lot of vendors and pieces used in the current lesson space that were previously unknown. Mapped the current flows and user goals to make sure our priorities mapped to their needs.
Sketched out many different ways to think about modes in the lesson space before moving into digital.
version 1 lo fi concepts
Mapped the priorities in very lo-fi concepts to brainstorm ideas for different models to test and ideate with the team.
version 2 concepts
After iterating and reviewing internally, we moved forward with these three concepts to test.
We tested with tutors first thinking that if we equipped them with the tools they needed, the outcome would be better for the students.
Version A was the current lesson space.
Designs were super lo-fi and close to a digital "paper" prototype
- Left the company before project was finished
- Next steps were to iterate on slides mode, vertical expansion as seen in versionB