We heard from the market that the learner experience was critical to landing deals. As a designer, I was really excited about this workflow because it will have the most impact on our users.
The learners experience is much broader learning paths alone. I collaborated with other designers that were solving analagous problems. We wanted to make sure that the solutions were designed holistically. As a team of three designers, we started an immersive design week by creating divergent solution. We came together at the end of the week and converged on a single, consistent experience.
Once the design team had an overall design model accounted for, I collaborated with the product management leader to develop a narrative and low fidelity prototype for our long term vision. We knew that the early version of the product would be lacking in fuctionality. We wanted to ensure that the organization had a sense for where were were going.
In collaboration with a user researcher, product manager, and designer, I created a a high fidelity prototype to validate our solutions with corporate learners. We tested the solutions with 10 people and had deep conversations to validate that we were designing the right thing, and designing the thing right.