This website was designed for Vancouver Coastal Health Home Health nurses in training. It provides educational supplementation to in an in-class course including weekly scenarios and branching narratives.
Home Health nurses work with patients in their own homes, allowing mostly elderly individuals stay out of the hospitals and in a familiar environment. There is a constant need for more of these nurses and getting new hires up to speed quickly is crucial to fill demand. My team was tasked to create an educational website that would be used along side the in-class training. By moving to a blended curriculum, nurses could then spend more time in class working on hands on activities that would otherwise have been spent learning the base material taught.
Working closely with the design lead, I worked to implement her vision. I also created a system for completing interactive branching scenarios and case studies.
During my work on this project I was given the freedom to self-learn a full front-end web stack using Gulp.js as my main build tool, Sass as my CSS preprocessor and Jekyll as a static site generator. This was also my first experience working with a designer in a corporate environment, bringing the static designs to fruition.