As an inherently complex platform with a wide range of user types, Codal’s UX design team needed to perform a complicated balancing act, ensuring the experience was personalized, yet consistent, for all use cases.
Codal remedied ACCME’s pain points by introducing sorting and filtering functions, as well as improved search results, restyled tables, and a feature that allowed users to input data en masse.
Codal was able to imbue the updated platform with a familiarity that would resonate with all user types. Yet within that general look, Codal re-arranged and re-prioritized functions that matched the specific user’s needs and expectations.
ACCME Learning Report System’s front-end was constructed in AngularJS, a framework that allows for simplified, agile development and testing. The back-end was built with Django, a Python framework that allowed for rapid development, reusability of code, and scalability.
Codal tailored the ACCME platform’s layout to be able to visualize massive amounts of data and reporting metrics