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Rearchitect Cubview 3 from the ground up based on research, analysis and lessons learned from its first 2 years of production use.
We re-architected the Cubview v3 from the ground up, leveraging components that worked from v2 and adding new components and integrations based on feedback and research from Cubview's two years in production.
Our main focus was on making Cubview more relevant to the classroom. For teachers, that involved designing a UI that allows them to create and organize a semester's worth of engaging lesson content in under 5 minutes, with a suite of tools to track student's progress and participation.
For students that meant reducing a lot of the irrelevant "noise" from Cubview 2 -- features like status updates and global wall feeds got the axe. Our research told us that student's weren't interested in using the more generic social networking features of the platform. They wanted to get in, check for upcoming assignments, read their lessons, turn-in assignments, ask other students or their teachers for help with assignments, and get out. We found that a lot of students didn't want to be bothered with even logging in to the site to turn in assignments, so we devleoped a custom email engine that allows them to reply to an assignment notification and attach their assignment.
LAMP, Elgg, jQuery UI, Google Apps, Developr
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