Education suited for Gen Next
Educational institution GO! needed a modern solution that could give students an independent way of developing their strengths and weaknesses by using a variety of learning materials in line with government-issued focus goals.
Education that fits new gen habits
GO! partnered with educators and Numble to create a responsive learning platform, including mobile and tablet apps. We sat together with teachers and students to see where the gaps were. After a series of workshops, interviews and qualitative research with all stakeholders we entered a phase of co-creation to design solutions that linked educational goals with student needs and current ways of consuming information.
As part of the UX and UI team, we were responsible for providing technical analysis and insights into the various processes and workflows involved in the project. This was especially important because the project was being developed using an agile approach, which meant that we only had a limited amount of time to plan and execute each sprint.
From end to end
In addition to providing analysis, we were also the technical partner responsible for building the project, including the data scheme, back-end application, and front-end application. Being responsible for both front and back-end allowed us to smoothly execute each sprint and ensure a coherent end product. The front-end application was then wrapped as a hybrid mobile app that was rolled out for both Android and iOS.
Tech for thousands to enjoy
One of the key requirements for this project was that it needed to be a durable, high-performance, and scalable solution that could support thousands of users. To achieve this, we started with .NET Core in the alpha phase and adapted to the preview builds as they became available. This allowed us to quickly roll out API's and provide support to the front-end development team.
For the front-end, we used AngularJS, as we had extensive experience with this framework. We also used Cordova to create a hybrid mobile app, leveraging our existing front-end code to create a mobile application quickly and efficiently.
By using these tools and approaches, we were able to deliver a lean and effective solution that met the project's requirements.
IXZO is an educational platform that provides students with personalized, flexible learning experiences. This allows students to follow their own learning trajectory at their own pace, with the right amount of support from teachers and fellow students.
Everyone at their own speed
The project resulted in a digital tool that allows students to learn at their own pace, at the same time promoting positive social skills such as helping each other out. Teachers were able to (co-)create by sharing learning materials. This human-centric approach was recognized as the project won the Henry van de Velde Award 2020 in the Collaborative Award category.
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