Case Study

Wavelength

Course website for medical students and health professionals

Intro

Creating a learning website for a student-led LGBTIQ+ medical training course

An initiative of students from Melbourne University and Monash University in Melbourne, Wavelength is a free learning resource for medical students.

The course is designed to take learners through modules consisting of video lectures, written lectures, and short quizzes. Learners can do the course, or parts of the course, with or without registering on the site, making it as open as possible. Wavelength also caters to CALD people and people from cultures who think of gender and sexuality differently to the dominant Australian culture.

We also worked with Wavelength to create a new version of their logo, based upon their existing logo and finding typography to fit with its design.

Our co-design supported their aim of making the course accessible to current and future healthcare professionals so that more of our communities can be looked after in sensitive and knowledgeable ways.

Details

Creating a learning website with written & video content, and quizzes

Client

Wavelength

Year

2017-18

Designer

Lara

Communities

LBGTIQ+, CALD, Students, Medical

Praise

We had a great time working with Lara. The whole process was smooth, professional and very supportive. We had a number of delays in getting out material ready and had to change content several times, and the team was understanding in accommodating all our changes. They touched base frequently and gave us updates on how the website was coming along. After the initial development phase, we were able to pilot the website and run through the whole thing to make sure we were happy with the end product. They ran through the back end of the website and helped us with the design. We really could not have asked for a more supportive service. Needless to say, we are thrilled with the outcome!

Wavelength Team

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