Project overview

Live demo



Oisin O'Dwyer
Kevin Andrei
Filip Sokolowski

Time period

June 2016 — Right now


Developer, designer, leader


Ruby on Rails

It all started when we realised that nothing out there offered a full, interactive and modern learning experience for secondary school students.

This was a problem: particularly, many schools were now beginning to enact a 'one tablet per child' policy. It's the perfect opportunity for a fully fledged learning system.

Our idea was a collection of interactive questions and tests that gave you real-time feedback on your progress - all organised into subject, year, and level.

This way, you'd have the benefit of flashcards and spaced revision, without having to create any of the content yourself.

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Multiple choice question

The puzzle mode below was designed to give more hands-on practice to writing essay-style answers, which are an important part of the state examinations.

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Essay question

Oisin was the other developer in the team - Filip and Kevin kindly created the content. The team was organised with Slack and the tasks were assigned with Trello. We used Git and Github as a VCS.

The project was built on Ruby on Rails and SASS, and was hosted on a Digital Ocean VPS which I managed.