Features | Design System, Information Architecture, Web Application Design & Development, Quality Assurance, Wireframing, Prototyping, Project Management, Client Relations
Project Type | Online Learning Management System
Client | The University of Nebraska High School (UNHS)
Tools | VSCode, SCSS, HTML, Handlebars, Foundation, Adobe XD, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft Apps, Agile Methodology, Scrum
Theorem™ is the online learning management system where users can interact with, complete, and view information on student progress within courses that student is enrolled in with the University of Nebraska High School.
The University of Nebraska High School (UNHS) is an online high school that offers 100+ core, elective, AP®, dual enrollment, NCAA®-approved courses, and accredited high school diplomas to students all across the globe.
I was brought on to the NeDDS team in April of 2020 when the LMS was undergoing course conversion from WayCool into Theorem and many of the core features had not yet been identified or developed. Since joining, I have been responsible for planning, documenting, designing, and developing numerous system features that are actively used in the Theorem application today.
I was responsible for:
The following are highlights of some of the work I have done in Theorem, all of which were wireframed and/or prototyped, strategically planned in collaboration with a back-end developer to establish expected functionality, handed off with implementation instructions, and then underwent extensive QA testing to confirm acceptance criteria was met:
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