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A Brief Guide to Alzheimer's Disease




Though plenty of information exists online about Alzheimer's disease, it tends to be presented in the form of long, text-heavy webpages that can be demotivating to read through - i.e., the classic information dump.

I developed this concept project to be a simple, engaging learning experience, perfect for an organisation involved in Alzheimer's research or patient care to address a clear public knowledge gap about the brain disease through better public engagement/education. 

The module has a tab design that allows the user to navigate at their own pace. It was designed to align with Mayer's principles of multimedia learning, as well as with WCAG 2.1 standards of accessibility, with particular attention paid to 

text legibility for visually impaired users.


Information is concise and to the point to increase impact and reduce cognitive burden. In terms of the user experience, considering the subject matter, I wanted the user to feel comforted throughout the module, and created an aesthetic that I think achieves this quite well. Finally, I aimed to raise user engagement with simple yet innovative interactive elements.

Project Info








Articulate Storyline 360, Adobe Photoshop

Instructional Design, UX/UI Design, Graphic Design



Learner-centred - Self-paced learning

Responsive - Adapts to any device

Great UX/UI - Attractive visual design, user-friendly interface

Accessible - Conforms to WCAG 2.1 standards

Interactive - Graphic elements and buttons react to user input

Simple - Tiny footprint, easily delivered via website or LMS

Impactful - Avoids the typical 'information dump' of long, text-heavy webpages, focusing on key info with minimum cognitive burden

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