Our Product team noticed that people’s expectations had changed when defining what a “good” UX is, and we wanted to exceed them.
So, knowing that, we revisited elements within the learning experience to deliver an intuitive design that would delight both program administrators and learners. By providing users a more frictionless experience, we’re making it easier for them to stay engaged and retain critical information.
We are happy to say -- it’s here!
The release of Enhanced Learning Sites includes the following:
Revised Home Screen
Improved Course Cover Screen
Upgraded search functionality
To get the full story, check out the official announcement about Enhanced Learning Sites.
How does it look?
A new, reorganized learning site design for Home, Courses, Learning Paths, and Dashboard tabs!
If you use our Website & Catalog feature to offer your learners a course catalog, you’ll see a new Catalog item in your sub-navigation. If the catalog is disabled, the Catalog item will be removed.
We have leveled up our mobile look and feel with Enhanced Learning Sites!
Additionally, you can add your artwork, change the name, headline, and subheadline of the Homepage!
I’m interested! What now?
Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please ensure that the Subject of your request contains “Enhanced Learning Sites,” as this helps us track each inquiry properly.
Next, we will perform the necessary steps to evaluate whether your academy is eligible to use Enhanced Learning Sites.
Once we confirm you are eligible, and your current setup does not exclude you from using it, we will be more than happy to enable this for you!
As of now, the Enhanced Learning Sites feature has a few limitations:
It is only compatible with LX V3
Enhanced Learning Sites are not yet customizable using Custom CSS or Custom Templates.
English is the only supported school language.
Over the next several weeks, we will continue to release new functionality to help with the above limitations. Check back soon for more updates!