Because Learnosity believes AI is a force for good, we want to deliver a product that’s impressive enough to win over even the staunchest of skeptics. To achieve that goal, we need to design a first-rate experience that guides users into this brave new world with confidence.
Keeping things simple by focusing on what’s important is how you demonstrate both understanding and compatibility with a client's needs.
Reporting has traditionally been an underserved area in learning, but for Learnosity Product Manager Nick Hutton, data allows individuals to build a clearer picture of how they’re doing and where they can improve.
Senior Software Engineer Olivier Mehani on running a load test to keep Learnosity’s system performant in the face of dramatic user growth.
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Product Manager Adam Bextream explains why Learnosity’s Voluntary Product Accessibility Template is testament to our unwavering commitment to helping customers become more accessible all the time.
Product Designer Kimberly Wong on why the best way of building tools that support learning is by bringing end-users into the process sooner rather than later.
User increases during the back-to-school period challenges our engineers to find new ways of ensuring rock-solid system reliability at all times.
Maintaining a high standard of customer support is a challenge for any growing company. Here's how we managed it at Learnosity.