UX Design for eLearning Course
Working within a fully distributed team we researched and produced the Unconscious Bias @ Work training course completed by all employees of a well known global tech company. This was a meaningful program used to educate, empower, and support the diverse culture withing their organization. The stylized interactive learning experience navigated the bounds of the existing design library and utilized Material Design system.
Animated video illustrations
The goal was to create a 120 minute program supported by highly developed activities and stimulating experiences with close attention to the diverse abilities of our users. As the only designer my challenge was to translate written course content and deliver engaging and memorable interactions for learners.
The purpose of this course was for users to explore implicit bias and how it can impact their work experiences. Through research backed information and activities the Learner practices identifying types of bias displayed in typical workplace interactions using various techniques and tactics. All source material and responses could be downloaded upon completion of the course so users could develop a greater sense of self-awareness and accountability.
TABBED INTERACTION COURSE FLOW
The learner is presented with research backed information to review with responses they made in the previous activity.
PAUSE AND REFLECT
PACED REFLECTION COURSE FLOW
Using strategies and information explored in the module Learners are given time to pause and reflect on their personal experience of unconcious bias.
ACTIVITY POP-OUT MODAL
ACTIVITY COURSE FLOW
Learners complete bias awareness activities and discover how they related to different types of decision-making biases.
Created design library to share the vision, and content strategy with project stakeholders. This helped to guide ideas, and drive decision making. Collaborated with an Engineer to translate product features using the Material Design system with close attention to user accessibility needs.