A makeover for Domoscio Lock
Domoscio’s tools are making progress! A major UX (User Experience) and technical redesign project is being carried out by the product and technical teams throughout 2022 in order to offer users even more modularity and an exceptional experience. The first component of this redesign has just been released put online: the interface forthe new Domoscio Lock learners’ interface on Domoscio Lock, fora tool for consolidating learning knowledge consolidation.
1. Why this redesign ?
The answer is simple: to adapt to the uses and trends of the market.
More and more customers are choosing to integrate Domoscio Lock into their learning management system (LMS) in order to use reinforcement to improve the long-term memorization of learning and thus improve the impact of the learning. Our interfaces are therefore evolving to adapt to this use and fit naturally into any existing platform in which these interfaces are integrated: Cornerstone, CrossKnowledge, Syfadis, Moodle, or other.
It is also a question of modernizing the visuals. AThe choice that was made is to follow the current trend towards simplification for a streamlined, reassuring, and intuitive rendering, in order to create a favorable environment for learning and memorization.
Our designers also wanted to remain consistent with the habits and uses of learners. Each type of question (QCU/QCM, drag and drop, fill-in-the-blank, etc.) uses the usual graphic codes that are specific to it in order to make the tool easier to learn and use. The web and mobile designs are now identical, allowing learners using both devices to find their way around easily.
2. Form to serve content
If knowledge reinforcement of knowledges and competences is a concept that is becoming increasingly familiar to the learning departments of organizations, it is not yet so for learners who are offered the use of a tool like Domoscio Lock. The goalobjective of this redesign was therefore to facilitate the use, but also the understanding of the reinforcement tool and its benefits for everyone. To this end, an on-boarding tutorial was set up to supportaccompany learners in their first use of Domoscio Lock. In addition, their progress is clearly highlighted in the form of a reinforcement visualization with levels of progression: depending on the learner’s progress, the reinforcement becomes effective “for several days”, “for several weeks” or “for several months”.
Domoscio Lock is a tool that support the learner on a daily basis and fits into his or her daily routine. It was therefore essential to make it simple and effective so that the learner could learn as many concepts as possible while spending a minimum amount of time on it during the working day. No uselesssuperfluous interface or complex workflows, Domoscio Lock goes straight to the point: the learner answers reinforcement questions to reactivate the concepts in his brain and reinforce them in the long term!
3. More and more modularity
Domoscio now uses React technology for the development of its interfaces, allowing for great modularity and rapid implementation and maintenance. React is the guarantee of better interface execution performance and the integration inof a large community of users sharing best practices and new libraries.
But it is not only the form that changes on Domoscio Lock. Our R&D team has been working for months to improve the precision of the reinforcement algorithm by considering the cognitive profile of each learner and his or her interaction history with the tool.
The objective? To offer our customers ever greater flexibility in the use of Domoscio Lock by adapting it to their context and to the ecosystem of tools already in place in their organization.
If you have any questions or would like to see a demo of the new Domoscio Lock interface, please contact our team.
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