Agora is an app devoted to solving one of the big dilemmas of the Egyptian education system: the lack of applied learning. Grade 6-aged students are forced to memorise much of their curriculum rather than understand it. Agora aims to present the lessons in a way that is engaging and relateable, in a pace that is under the user's control.
In this project, my role was primarily as a UX designer; to plan research, to lay out the foundations for interactions and the flow of each lesson as well as the overall app and give recommendations to the look and feel.
Discover, Challenge, Reward: Creating a unified tempo for lessons
Because the topics are varied from sciences to mathematics to social studies, having a homogenized structure accross all the lesson units was important to keep the app together and create a sense of familiarity and expectation during the lesson progression.
Designing a UI module for controlling objects in AR:
This wireframe gif shows how this module can be the user's toolbox for controls: from selecting or dragging and dropping to measuring and scrubbing through values. The user can swipe through tabs or expand the module if additional information is available.