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Connecting learning to life
with ux
Emily	
  Holmes	
  -­‐	
  @uxemily	
  
Director	
  of	
  UX	
  for	
  K-­‐12	
  R&D,	
...
Can we use UX
to empower K-12 students
to take control of their futures?
background
7,000	
  middle	
  and	
  high	
  school	
  customers	
  
	
  
Used	
  in	
  80+	
  countries	
  
	
  
95%	
  r...
background
35%
of	
  all	
  US	
  high	
  school	
  graduates	
  in	
  the	
  
US	
  last	
  year	
  had	
  a	
  Naviance	...
We want to do more
93% 44%
of	
  middle	
  school	
  students	
  
aspire	
  to	
  go	
  to	
  college	
  
of	
  students	
...
What have we learned
from working with schools
and districts?
Counselors are overburdened
Parents are lost
Don’t	
  speak	
  English	
  
Haven’t	
  been	
  to	
  	
  
college	
  
Unfamiliar	
  with	
  the	
  
col...
Students are unprepared
33%
•  of	
  students	
  in	
  US	
  post-­‐secondary	
  insPtuPons	
  
will	
  require	
  remedia...
Let’s find a way to help
solve this problem.
Lean ux
Where do we start?
What	
  we	
  know:	
   What	
  we	
  don’t	
  know:	
  
Tool	
  to	
  help	
  students	
  
prepare	
  ...
Where do we start?
Form	
  a	
  team	
  
	
  
Talk	
  to	
  people	
  we	
  already	
  know	
  
	
  
Look	
  to	
  see	
  ...
Testing assumptions
Students	
  will	
  pay	
  for	
  a	
  soluPon	
  
	
  
Parents	
  will	
  pay	
  for	
  a	
  soluPon	...
Organizing the research
Organizing the research
businessmodelgeneraPon.com/canvas	
  
	
  
	
  
leanstack.com	
  
	
  
	
  
leanstartupmachine.com...
User research
User research
User research
What we learned
What	
  students	
  like:	
   What	
  schools	
  want:	
  
Project-­‐based	
  learning	
   Consistent,	
  ...
A vision started forming
Photo:	
  Annita	
  Vini	
  
Communicating the vision
Communicating the vision
Communicating the vision
Communicating the vision
Communicating the vision
Communicating the vision
More	
  info:	
  Jeff	
  Paaon	
  -­‐	
  “The	
  New	
  User	
  Story	
  Backlog	
  is	
  a	
  Map...
Testing the details
We believe that students...
We’ll know this is true if...
Testing the details
A B
Testing the details
Perceived	
  difficulty	
   Interest	
  level	
   Confidence	
  level	
  
Testing the details
Testing the details
Ongoing iteration
•  Tested	
  every	
  new	
  piece	
  in	
  a	
  classroom	
  sejng	
  
•  Always	
  looked	
  for	
  th...
Where we are now
Wrapping up
I believe I can change the world...
I’ll know this is true if...
Connecting learning to life with ux
@uxemily	
  
emily.holmes@hobsons.com	
  
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  1. 1. Connecting learning to life with ux Emily  Holmes  -­‐  @uxemily   Director  of  UX  for  K-­‐12  R&D,  Hobsons  
  2. 2. Can we use UX to empower K-12 students to take control of their futures?
  3. 3. background 7,000  middle  and  high  school  customers     Used  in  80+  countries     95%  renewal  rate    
  4. 4. background 35% of  all  US  high  school  graduates  in  the   US  last  year  had  a  Naviance  account  
  5. 5. We want to do more 93% 44% of  middle  school  students   aspire  to  go  to  college   of  students  actually     enroll  in  college  
  6. 6. What have we learned from working with schools and districts?
  7. 7. Counselors are overburdened
  8. 8. Parents are lost Don’t  speak  English   Haven’t  been  to     college   Unfamiliar  with  the   college  applicaPon   process   Work  mulPple  jobs   Assume  college  is     not  affordable     Aren’t  computer   literate  
  9. 9. Students are unprepared 33% •  of  students  in  US  post-­‐secondary  insPtuPons   will  require  remediaPon   •  of  US  students  who  go  to  college  will  never   graduate  
  10. 10. Let’s find a way to help solve this problem.
  11. 11. Lean ux
  12. 12. Where do we start? What  we  know:   What  we  don’t  know:   Tool  to  help  students   prepare  themselves  more   effec8vely  for  the  future   Focus  on  college  and   career  readiness   Who  the  customer  is   How  we’ll  sell  it   What  we’re  building   Everything  else!  
  13. 13. Where do we start? Form  a  team     Talk  to  people  we  already  know     Look  to  see  what’s  out  there  
  14. 14. Testing assumptions Students  will  pay  for  a  soluPon     Parents  will  pay  for  a  soluPon  and  have  access   to  tech   Schools  are  willing  to  pay  for  a  soluPon   Schools  have  access  to  adequate  technology   Students  will  see  value  in  what  schools  want   for  them  
  15. 15. Organizing the research
  16. 16. Organizing the research businessmodelgeneraPon.com/canvas       leanstack.com       leanstartupmachine.com/validaPonboard/       udacity.com/course/ep245      
  17. 17. User research
  18. 18. User research
  19. 19. User research
  20. 20. What we learned What  students  like:   What  schools  want:   Project-­‐based  learning   Consistent,  standards-­‐ based  curriculum   Video  content,  especially   when  it  shows  people   who  are  similar  to  them   Iden8fying  their  own   strengths   Progress  bars  and  bright   colors   Ability  to  assess  student   progress   Engaging  content  for   students  
  21. 21. A vision started forming Photo:  Annita  Vini  
  22. 22. Communicating the vision
  23. 23. Communicating the vision
  24. 24. Communicating the vision
  25. 25. Communicating the vision
  26. 26. Communicating the vision
  27. 27. Communicating the vision More  info:  Jeff  Paaon  -­‐  “The  New  User  Story  Backlog  is  a  Map”  hap://bit.ly/1KQp  
  28. 28. Testing the details We believe that students... We’ll know this is true if...
  29. 29. Testing the details A B
  30. 30. Testing the details Perceived  difficulty   Interest  level   Confidence  level  
  31. 31. Testing the details
  32. 32. Testing the details
  33. 33. Ongoing iteration •  Tested  every  new  piece  in  a  classroom  sejng   •  Always  looked  for  the  simplest,  most   lightweight  way  to  test  new  hypotheses   •  Never  built  too  much  before  gejng  direct   feedback  from  students  and  educators  
  34. 34. Where we are now
  35. 35. Wrapping up I believe I can change the world... I’ll know this is true if...
  36. 36. Connecting learning to life with ux @uxemily   emily.holmes@hobsons.com  

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