White Risk Learn

An Avalanche Prevention E-Learning App
Mobile User Interface E-Learning

The goal of the project is to make the platform's knowledge accessible and prevent accidents through the development of a White Risk E-Learning App.

White Risk, developed by SLF, aims to prevent avalanches and is currently available as a web-based platform with four different sections.

With the new app, Hans-Peter can create a group and add his friends Aisha and Tobi to it, allowing them to share the tour together. He can also specify which lessons they should learn and whether they need to complete the crash course. The group overview allows Hans-Peter to track his friends' progress, while Aisha and Tobi can see each other's learning achievements. If they need additional motivation, they can "nudge" each other.

The learning roadmap is designed to be easily digestible, with clear and concise chunks of information.

Participants can easily check-in before the tour, and after checking out, a short questionnaire will open, allowing them to reflect on their tour insights through voice or text messages. This reflection is particularly aimed at tour participants like Hans-Peter, helping them achieve new learning milestones. All reflections are stored in a journal and can be shared with friends as needed.

As part of my process, I examined the current state of the platform and downloaded various E-Learning apps to get a sense of the prevailing "trend." In addition, I conducted three interviews with various people, including tour participants and leaders.

For the implementation, my focus is on group formation and post-tour reflection, using a brief, voluntary exercise. The objective is to create a stimulating learning environment for both novice and advanced mountain hikers. Collaborative learning is intended to motivate and ensure that the responsibility for the tour is not solely on the person who planned it.

Regarding color, a distinction is made between "passive" and "active" screens. Active screens are presented in cyan color and indicate actions that bring progress. Appropriate accent colors are also used.

The design is kept simple, utilizing contours for structure. Decorative elements such as shadows are avoided to maintain a clean and straightforward appearance.

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