As work begins on developing the next phase of the Destiny project, Carl returned to the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Staffordshire University to introduce students to the Destiny MOOCs app and mobile e-learning.
The students were asked to share their feedback and what they thought of mobile learning. This included features such as live video, instant chat, the optimum level of push notifications, and even aesthetic detail such as the ratio of video to text within the app. This feedback is valuable to the next phase of the Destiny project which will be to develop the app into something with a positive UX, with bitjam adopting agile methodology and co-production techniques to ensure frequent testing and improvement.
Working closely with the partners at Staffordshire University and students at the School of Nursing and Midwifery is an important part of the development process, encouraging active participation and keeping the project timeline on track. We recently visited the school to get feedback on the project so far, allowing the students a first glimpse at Destiny as a mobile e-learning app. Find out more here.