Meet Atlas, the titan.

The human brain will continue to supersede computers in speed and efficiency. But it will demand for digital support systems, coping with exploding levels of complexity and huge amounts of new knowledge.

The dashboard with active course module.

            Atlas is a web based learning platform built for digital natives and meant to become the user’s very own digital brain. It creates a personalised learning environment, offering a variety of innovative learning tools and knowledge navigators. The goal is to guide the user through a fascination based learning experience, allowing him to explore and absorb knowledge more efficiently and joyfully. The existing technical pilot had to be redesigned from scratch and complemented with a lot of additional features.

Responsibilities: Creative Lead, Experience Design, Visual Design, UX strategyIncluding application architecture, user flows and advanced scenarios, new feature definition, wireframes, high fidelity design, future state visions for investor presentations, collaborated closely with agile dev team to ensure proper execution

“Our job is obvious: We need to get out of the way, shine a light, and empower a new generation to teach itself and to go further and faster than any generation ever has.”

― Seth Godin
Knowledge mapping, rough concepts
early screen design for learning paths
iteration for a different use case

To learn more about the platform visit cognostics.de/atlas

Fascination based learning

The platform provides a visual environment to easily navigate complex fields of knowledge. Topics and keywords are always presented in a larger context. The resulting interactive knowledge maps are constantly being optimized by an evolving artificial intelligence and tailored to the needs of the user.

Atlas guides users to learn about topics that fascinate them the most, presenting the right content at the right time. The web-based workflow allows for independent learning, establishing curiosity and the users personal learning style as the main driver of motivation.

Atlas itself does not generate or provide any intellectual content. It is rather a huge storage and processing station for all sorts of content, which it classifies with its algorithms and then localises in vast knowledge spaces. Atlas can also present a variety of content types in a more brain-friendly way making the material more accessible.

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