Transforming Continu’s primary feature, 'learning tracks,' into a more engaging experience.

UX Designer, IxD Designer, UI Designer, and Visual Designer.

One-on-one interviews, user flows, low-fidelity wireframes, high fidelity mock-ups, and interactive prototypes.

Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Principle

The Team
4 engineers, and Continu's CEO

6 months


Continu is the learning software for modern teams used by companies such as Eventbrite, Steward Weizman, and Go Pro; Despite it's success, the platform was in need of redesign.


Some of Continu's users had been voicing a desire to improve the overall experience, as many of their features were clunky and outdated. "Learning Tracks", one of their primary features was my primary focus for this project. 


Implement a simplified/user-centered design approach, that focused on solving key pain points taken the user research below.

Mock up of Continu's Learning Track feature.

By removing all distractions we allow learners to have a fully immersive learning experience. Content is more focused now, and learners see only what they need to pay attention to.


Research Goals

From a "content-creator's" perspective:


From a "learner's" perspective:

Research Findings

Below are a few key points from my user testing sessions with two of Continu's most important accounts.


Below are a few fragments of my sketches, which would later become the building blocks to develop a hi-fidelity mock ups and animations. 

Visual Design

Due to time constraints, I worked off directly from my sketches to develop polished visuals for the engineering team.

Circling back with users, and next steps

Users had a positive reaction overall to these updates, however, some users expressed wanting an improved way to search for users.

To address this pain point, below is a smart search feature that I began working on, which would allow users to see content relevant to them, and filter by more than just location and category.

Also, admins would be able to segment content, assign content to segmented groups, and see which content is assigned to segmented groups.