The goal of Thrivelandia is to engage kids and teens so that they will visit the website regularly and build resilience that will help them throughout their lives. Thrivelandia consists of 5 lands and each land helps build a different set of skills.
This is an e-learning website but we purposefully tried to “not” make it seem like that. Instead, we wanted it to feel like gaming site. Kids can do fun activities like crossword puzzles, word searches and drag/drop activities that keep them learning and coming back for more.
I worked closely with a creative director, who led the 3d modelling of Thrivelandia. She also designed the homepage and an interior page of Thrivelandia. I designed all other elements to match her style.
In this showcase of the Thrivelandia online world, you will find some videos, e-learning activities, sample pages and screenshots. The e-learning course is a password protected website but you can register if you want to see more of Thrivelandia.
Thrivelandia Online World
Grat Grove Land Intro
Thrivelandia World Intro
There are about 90 different levels in Thrivelandia. Each level features an intro video and an interactive activity for the user to complete. To keep the users engaged, we enlisted the help of 6 different Teens. I worked closely with these teens to create the intro videos. I then edited and added music to each of the videos. I built the activities in H5P and inserted them into the WordPress LMS.
Make the Connection
Make the Connection is an online program designed for new mothers that have babies from 0-3 years old. The program consists of 8 sections and each section contains 8, engaging lessons.
This program was created as an in-person program, written by a psychologist. I adapted everything in the program for the screen by modifying the script and figuring out ways to make things work as interactive elements in the program.
The lessons all contain interactive videos that are built to entertain and engage the users while they are learning. Each lesson is delivered to the users on a weekly “drip-feed” and all lessons have built in “tracking”.
I worked closely with a creative director who designed the logo and the homepage for “Make the Connection”. I designed all other elements to match her style.
In this showcase of the Make the Connection program you will find some videos and screen recordings of activities. The e-learning course is a password protected website but you can register if you want to see more of Make the Connection.
Make the Connection Course
What is attachment (e-course)
Make the Connection
There are just over 60 lessons in the Make the Connection program. Each lesson features a video with music, voiceover, onscreen graphics/text and often an onscreen speaker. I directed the onscreen talent. I edited all of the videos, built the activities in H5P and then inserted them into Leardash (on WordPress).
What does it mean?
A sample of an activity that shows a video and then has a quiz
Calming your baby
A video followed by a drag and drop activity
A video followed by a quiz
A video witih illustration followed by a quiz