As the art director on this project, I was responsible for leading the vision and execution of the website and training. I worked with a team to conceptualize an overall vision for the course, create the overall “look and feel,” and design all visual elements. We also conducted original filming of subject matter experts and provided all programming of the website and its features using .NET and HTML5 for mobile compatibility. To meet government standards, we ensured all elements were compliant with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and passed Certification & Accreditation clearance for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The training consists of five modules, at the end of each module, users are presented with interactive quizzes so they can apply their new knowledge around evidence and further engage with the learning. A key component of Understanding Evidence is an interactive, self-assessment that helps users estimate their progress in how they are making use of best available research evidence in their current or existing prevention efforts.
At the conclusion of Understanding Evidence, the user can download a practical, informative, and personalized take-away document to support his/her real-life, decision-making process. This output document is called the What’s Next Document and includes a list of resources for additional information, results as captured from the users’ responses to interactive questions, and suggested areas of recommended focus.
Understanding Evidence Home Page
Understanding Evidence Discovery Learning Element
Understanding Evidence Learning Module Page
Understanding Evidence Resource Center
Understanding Evidence Interactive Continuum