Learning  Management  System

Some Background Information about E-Learning

E-Learning has completely transformed the accessibly of knowledge.Unlike traditional learning, eLearning makes learning simpler, easier, and complementary.This digital revolution has led to remarkable changes in how the content is provided, accessed,and consumed – it enables ongoing updates, interactive user interface and multimedia channels.

Benefits of E-Learning

No geographic restrictions: It allows companies bring education to a wide audience and users.Convenient and flexible: Users can learn wherever and whenever it is convenient for them – at home,at work, during commuting, at the evenings or even on the weekends.Personalized: Users can follow a much more customized studying based on their availability,competences, and previous knowledge.Real course experience: weekly basis, assignments, grades, deadlines. It can break up the material,for example, into short and modular units, each representing a coherent concept.Students can navigate through the modules in various ways.Repetition: Video instructions can be rewound and seen and heard again until the topic is understood.

E-Learning Challenges

Attention span: The common estimate of the attention span of is about 20 minutes.Distractions: Users at office/home are likely to have many priorities and distractionsand it can be difficult to maintain their attention.Passive learning: People do not learn by sitting and passively watching videos.

The Learning Management Systems Market

The LMS market is expected to be worth over $15.72 billion in 2021.The highest proportion of revenue contribution is expected to be generated in North America.41.7% of global Fortune 500 companies now use some form of educational technology to instructemployees during formal learning hours. Roughly half of all college classes will be eLearning-based.It is more than obvious that eLearning has revolutionized and changed the way we look at knowledgeand skill acquisition. Thereby, there is an increasing demand for Learning Management Systems tosystematically implement and manage eLearning. With 1000+ LMS vendors and too many LMS featuresto choose from, we can definitely say that Learning Management Systems are here to stay!

The Task

Design a learning management system personal page for an employee.The employee will be able to get an overview of his learning processes in the organization.He will be able to monitor his assignments status as well as his performance in courses he has already performed.

Design process

I first went into the depths of the beam and explored the world of e-learning and learning management systems.I learned about the common tools today and free open source-based management platforms versus cloud-basedsystems with a payments model.After the market research phase, I began to develop the user personas of the system that I wanted to design.I developed two main personas each with its srengths and pain points.After the creation of the personas came the stage of listing and building the user flow chart.At the end of the prosses, I applied my research insights into wireframes.The next step was to design and shape the visibility of the system at all visual levels and createthe final UI Design for the system.

Personas A

Personas B

User Flow Chart


UI Design