I was approached by Edith Cowan University (ECU) to create an eLearning platform for General Practitioners (GPs) wishing to gain RACGP accreditation in suicide prevention. The client requested an engaging web application incorporating interactive learning processes, allowing for seamless user experience.
My business partner Phuong Huynh and I worked directly with Associate Professor Owen Carter, the director of the project.
The eLearning content consisted of three scenarios or health “problems” focusing on one patient. General information, videos, questions, and resources were also included.
We created an eLearning web application suitable for GPs, and present this information in an engaging, consistent and accessible way.
I worked through five phases:
- Plan and research: After meeting with the client, I began researching the market and the potential users of the web application.
- Sketch and ideate: I formulated a design approach informed by my research.
- Prototype and design: I designed the web application, including user interface and site flow.
- Feedback and iteration: I presented the prototype to client and considered any feedback they had.
- Build: I adjusted application and delivered.