Below is a version of the redesigned LiveSafe dashboard. I had to work within the front-end constraints, and this re-skin was not to re-structure the front-end code, but rather implement CSS styles that made the dash look more modern and professional. When 911 dispatchers are on the job, they have a lot screens to tend to throughout their shift, which meant it was important to design something that alerts when needed, but does not annoy. The subtle use of color on the cards to the left, along with a chime, notifies security when new information is being sent in.
The PDredesign Toolkit supports districts and schools to transform professional development systems so that they better support classroom teachers. The tools, including interactive assessments, surveys, and inventories, are co-designed with educators to meet their needs. I lead the visual design of the site as well as the survey design for the web application, which is nationwide.
Once a user has logged in, they have the choice to use one of 3 tools that helps them collect and analyze the tech tools they are using in their district.
District leaders are responsible for gathering the data and technology used within the district, which is usually stored in unscalable ways such as excel or PDFs. This tool enables district leaders to asses, store, and update their district's technology in a collaborative manner.
Once the leader has organized their respondents, they are responsible for completing the survey. My redesign removed colors such as red which can inhibit honest answers for teachers, because it is associated negativity.
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