Pearson Online Classroom UX (2017)

Pearson Online Classroom is an all-digital course solution for the introductory undergraduate courses. It is designed to support the “flipped” classroom teaching and learning model, but should not be positioned as solely for that model. 

In a “flipped” classroom, students learn new content before they come to class and use class time to work on problems and challenging examples, with personalized guidance and interaction from the instructor.

Solution: Design course prototypes for an example course that are optimized for both “strictly online” and “blended” modes of delivery and then tested for scalability.

User Research

  • Customer interviews and surveys for feedback
  • Set up card sorting tests to prioritize features and content

IA and Wireframes

  • Updated the sitemap to include a new suite of research tools and upcoming products
  • Created full page wireframes