Educational projects tend to be more personal, with an orientation towards information structure and sharing. They often have a focus on community service issues.
“John worked with my team at SchoolNet on a component of a release for the company's flagship software. John went beyond what we expected and presented innovative interaction designs. His work was thorough, detailed and delivered on time. While we didn't end up using his work due to resource constraints in development, it served us well in later releases as an exemplar of work well done.”
Top Qualities: Expert, Good Value, On Time
Neil Wehrle, Manager, User Experience, Schoolnet (2006)
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The college wanted to migrate their legacy website to a Sharepoint platform. Design firm Computer Generated Solution (CGS) brought me in to assist in defining the information architecture of the new site model.
West Point unveiled its new library building in the 2008 school year. They wanted their online library site to be a fitting showcase for the new facilities - and to approach library services in a new way.
This portal to educational services supports The administration of "no child left behind" mandates facing the primary and secondary school systems. Their in-house UX Practice needed some senior assistance in preparing their Sharepoint-based site for a new software release.
Indiana University was way ahead of the game in 1986 when they started looking into setting up a campus-wide educational network. They wanted a model of that vision...