When people share a common goal, a community forms around achieving it. Getting anywhere in life requires various skills, and the best people who can help us improve those, are other people. LifeLearn offers anyone a possibility to explore, learn and improve skills, regardless of who they are, where they come from, and most importantly, what do they wish to become.
The modest collection of skills and communities accessible through the app we’re created by curious experts as they’re exploring new ways to move their communities faster or closer to their goal. This has generated a steady increase in interest from world leading institutes and expert communities, and is in turn moving everyone closer to fixing learning across the globe and throughout the human lifespan. It’s a feat that might sound impossible, or implausible even, but it’s what we all desperately need in this day and age.
Note that you don’t need any account to test the app. Just hit the big button at the center of the first view to continue anonymously. After that, you’ll end up into a following view.
Those blocks being scrolled are ‘steps’. Each step focuses on a certain aspect of learning something new. Two or more steps form a path, walking you, literally step by step, into new things. Each step usually contains one or more documents below their descriptions.
The path on the image is about using the LifeLearn app. Go ahead and give it a try on your phone so we can move on talking about the two drawers on the both sides of the screen. They can be opened by swiping inward from the screen edge.
The drawer on the right is the ‘user’ drawer, containing relevant things for you. Think in terms of notifications, user profile, settings and the like. Try to ignore that it’s temporarily vacated by a list of community members; waiting for the completion of their permanent residency elsewhere.
The drawer on the left is the ‘path’ drawer, used for jumping between paths. When you first try the app, there’s only one, so let’s look into adding more.
The path ‘market’ can be opened from the path drawer bottom left corner. Tapping the butterfly icon summons a list of paths you can pick from. ‘Start learning’ button in the following view will add that path to your path drawer. Also, you’ll be taken directly to the selected path as you can see below. Go ahead and try adding something yourself.