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High product standards begin with strong design principles
Creating strong core design principles plays an essential part in maintaining high product and user experience standards.
A new perspective can sometimes be as valuable as a new product
Getting a fresh pair of eyes on older product features can help unlock exciting new possibilities for end-users.
Core company values are lived rather than chosen
As a business grows, scaling the company culture can be a tricky thing to get right. But having strong core values makes it far easier.
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5 questions you need to ask before building an assessment tool
How to be confident that you’re making the right decisions for your learning product.
“Accessibility shouldn’t be a separate consideration”
Learnosity's Adam Bextream talks process, priorities, and his hopes for the future of accessibility and inclusive design.
Not Invented Here Syndrome explained
Not Invented Here Syndrome is an unwillingness to engage ideas that aren't your own. Here's how that stunts innovation in every industry – including edtech.
Standing still or stepping forward: A tale of two companies
Low-risk strategies can put companies at a competitive disadvantage, says Learnosity’s VP of business development Ben Dawe.
Student engagement: Can education find its focus in a world of distractions?
With digital distractions aplenty, it's becoming increasingly difficult to keep students engaged with learning, but technology can be used to serve education too.
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What’s in a label? Developing accessible software with ARIA labels and alt-text
We take a look at a web developer’s implementation considerations with alt-text, ARIA labels, and custom accessibility software.
Workflows don’t stop at Git branches
One simple question made us examine our entire Git workflow and its interaction with the lifecycle of our tickets.
Look beyond what you see: Color testing for accessibility – Part 2
In the second of a two-part series, Learnosity UX Designer James Santilli describes the team's research and next steps in color testing the product for accessibility.
Look beyond what you see: Color testing for accessibility – Part 1
In part one of a two-part series, Learnosity’s User Experience Designer James Santilli traces the team's journey toward color testing the product for accessibility.
How we created a game using Learnosity’s APIs in just two weeks
They say the best way of learning is by doing. Learnosity's two-week bootcamp proved that to be the case.
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Unblock test navigation: 5 Action Builder use cases
Simplifying assessment navigation should always be a priority for product owners and content creators. Learnosity’s Action Builder makes it easy.
Easier versioning for Learnosity APIs
Unifying versioning across our APIs to make it simpler for your Product, Development, and QA teams.
Some popular questions about Learnosity’s assessment technology
No-nonsense answers to some of the questions we get asked the most.
How Learnosity powers accelerated learning
World-class technology for building and delivering online assessments at scale.
Being responsive: Using customer insights to reinvent product features
Our engineers created a far superior image drag & drop question type, but it was our users who helped make it what it is.
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Our people: Gonzalo Zawadzki
Gonzalo Zawadzki is the Partner Success Manager at Learnosity, where he works with some of the most innovative edtech companies in the world.
Our people: Emily Whittle
Emily Whittle is a member of Learnosity’s support team in Dublin. She also supports her colleagues with an encyclopedic knowledge of the trendiest lunch spots in town.