Schroedel approached me to develop a suite of e-learning applications to go with the reissue of their flagship textbook "Grundkurs Kunst 1" (Introduction to Art Volume 1)
The basic premise: Buying a fresh copy will grant you unlimited access to a portal, where the subject matter can be revisited in a variety of new media.
To bring the content to life, the portal was to use modern web technologies in order to account for the rise of tablet computers in classrooms across the nation. This, together with the fact that the books are intended for an audience of young adults (year 12-13) made for an interesting challenge.
The eleven exercises call for a breadth of interactions, that go from simple image viewing, to flicking through slides, to creating frame by frame animations, to tagging elements on a faux-3D version of the Isenheim Altarpiece.
My sole graphical contributions were to the "Colour Theories" module.
Interactive colour model after Harald Küpper. Colour banding brought to you by GIF