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gotLearning
Updated project page coming soon

Roles & Responsibilities:

Logo Design

Branding

Web Design

Mobile UI/UX

Strategy

Client:

gotLearning

gotLearning is an edtech startup based in the Silicon Valley that aims to redefine how students learn by focusing on what matters the most: growth. How do you measure growth over time? Current educational methods are able to assess test performance, but they are not exactly an indication of a student's growth – students can learn how to take tests instead of learning the core content.  

Similarily, teachers need a platform to see all their students' progress in one place. gotLearning allows teachers to manage all of the learning conversations and qualitative data in just one spot. 

I was brought on board to develop a brand identity for gotLearning and collaborate alongside a team of full-stack developers working on the gotLearning platform. 

This is an ongoing project; details on this page are subject to change.

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LOGO DESIGN

Understanding the user

The client really emphasized the need to highlight how their platform fills a gap in the educator market by providing a solution to showing growth over time. 

To encapsulate the core message, I developed a logo that visualizes growth over time. 

"Pretty freakin cool" - Client

Tools used:

Procreate

Adobe Illustrator

Sketch

WEB DESIGN

Communicating a new concept

The website had to effectively communicate a new segment in the education technology market while also remaining visually appealing. From initial sketches and wireframes to the final mockup, I actively communicated with the client to ensure that everything matched and even exceeded their needs and expectations. 

Tools used:

Procreate

Sketch

Adobe XD

Adobe Illustrator

Photoshop

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ONGOING PROJECT

CURRENT WORK

I am currently working on the social media design for gotLearning and designs for iOS and Android apps alongside a team of full-stack developers. The initial sprint for this project is expected to finish in early 2021.