Monday 2nd June, 2014
10:00am to 10:45am
MORPHEUS is the new optional responsive portal for Sakai 10 that's under active development. It's been rewritten from the ground up to take advantage of the new web technologies. Its goal is to create a better user experience no matter what device you use.
Morpheus is a new user interface born from extensive usability testing at NYU. It builds off the success and stability of Sakai as a platform with a new interface that's modern and future friendly. It's not just a face lift or a redesign but a foundational web system on which new tools, interactions, and designs can be built.
Find out what the future of Sakai looks like!
User Experience Designer at New York University
Mark Reilly is a User Experience Designer at New York University's Academic Technology Services. He has been working on a new responsive portal for Sakai 10.
Mark has been designing and building websites since 1996. He has specialized in education software and has worked for WNET/Thirteen (PBS), Scholastic, Columbia University, and currently works for New York University. He's an open source enthuasist and is active in the Sass, Drupal, and Sakai communities. At NYU he's set up two cross-campus communities of interest focussing on user experience and drupal development.
He has an M.Phil in medieval history from Trinity College Dublin and a Ph.D in media and communication from the European Graduate School in Switzerland.
11am Updates from the Sakai Teaching and Learning Group by Josh Baron and Salwa Khan
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