Interactive design allows the users of your product to take a more active role in dictating the experience they have. Objects, models, and other elements in interactive design respond and change with user input.
The Interactive Cerebellum:
A Guide to Integrating Signaling Pathways with Clinical Examples
In partial fulfillment of my master's degree at Augusta University, I created an interactive eBook for the PT department explaining cerebellar anatomy and the signaling pathways to first year students in their neuroanatomy class. Elements include rotatable and scalable 3D models, short animations, and a quiz at the end for students to test their knowledge.
Interactive Cerebellum Demo
Clinical Pathology of the Urinary Tract:
A Focus on Azotemia
As part of Educational Resources at the University of Georgia Athens, this iBook was made in collaboration with veterinary professionals for teaching students renal anatomy and pathology. Through 2D and 3D combined illustrations and animations, students can learn basic anatomy of the urinary anatomy of the dog, as well as disease conditions that affect the system.