iCBT . e-learning modules

Project role

instructional designer, ux/ui designer, visual designer


Scarborough General Outpatient Clinic was in  the process of developing a series of Internet-based e-learning modules.  With the scripts written they needed a visual and organizational treatment that would best deliver their content to their users. 


The design process was initiated by identifying the core user demographics,
pinpointing  needs, and highlighting goals.

With an existing platform in place it was necessary to ensure the functionality would meet both the clinician and the user needs.  Research lead to a content strategy and structure document, which provided guidance for the development of the complete e-learning program.


The content strategy lead to an overhaul of the script, leading to a more friendly and familiar tone and improved flow. Following script revision and with a focus on user needs and goals, the story boards were developed to visualize how the words and visual design would link and build on each other.


With a finalized script and storyboard approval, the project moved into development.  A functional prototype of ‘Module 1, an introduction to iCBT’ was created including sample animations and video components.  The introductory module is part of a series of 6 modules and will act as a template upon which all other modules will be built.

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