February 29th, 2008
Back on board after six months doing other things. Since I passed over my design comps the developers have been hard at work coding it up into an actual application. It’s still very rough around the edges but I’d say it’s at about alpha stage now, ready for a bit of testing. Needs a lot […]
February 21st, 2008
Some sketches for a new OU web interface. OU staff can see bigger versions here.
December 7th, 2007
Some more rough designs / prototypes for Study at the OU usability testing.
December 4th, 2007
Here are a few mockups I’ve been preparing for the next round of usability testing for the Study at the OU website.
August 23rd, 2007
Concept map linking to page designs. Should be easier to get your head around! MyStuff is the Open University’s ePortfolio system. It’s built using the Moodle VLE platform.
August 15th, 2007
Today’s design iterations seek to fix some of the high-level information architecture issues. I’ve removed the ‘quicklinks’ toggle (for the time being) in order to free up some screen real estate for the breadcrumb/titles to breathe. The user should now have a much clearer idea of where he is within the system. We have a […]
August 13th, 2007
Notable updates include screens for the BU130 ‘space’. This model follows through to the STM895, H808, K214 and U122 workspaces. See the latest batch of MyStuff screens on Flickr.
August 9th, 2007
I can now reveal the new compilation builder interface. After lots of brain aching and lateral thinking, we came up with this. Read all about the interface here.
August 6th, 2007
I’ve updated the team photostream with some latest MyStuff design enhancements. You can see them on Flickr. Read more about the new MyStuff header on Google Docs. You can read about the managed view interface too!
June 18th, 2007
Some new design ideas i’m working on for the Learning with the OU website. We’ve been having some discussions about the type to suggest for headings in the online brand guidelines. A few people are keen on Trebuchet MS as it feels ‘on brand’ – possibly due to being ever so slightly like the Apex […]