The client hosts an online subscription-based platform that offers programming and engineering lessons for children aged between 6 to 16 years. It is easily accessible, affordable and tailored to the specific needs of end users. They approached Brainvire to develop clickable wireframes that will showcase the list of the latest online courses for children and help them to learn science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) online.
Clickable wireframes are used to prototype the interactive elements of a user interface. It is a cost-effective alternative to traditional programming of websites and it can show more than one state of a user interface. The idea of implementing clickable wireframes in an e-learning portal is quite new. Brainvire’s team charted out a fine blueprint of the project after understanding the client’s requirements. The solution will bridge the gap between tech education and industry requirements. Additionally, children can share the courses on the client’s exclusive social network where they can create posts, events, groups, and tag their friends. The children can also subscribe for a particular course and pay the fees for the same.