Moodle LMS platform redesign




6 months


Design Audit
UX/UI Design
Moodle LMS development



About Client

The Wandering Raven, an early-stage EdTech startup, approached us with a vision to establish themselves as the go-to platform for creative writing. Their existing basic Moodle Learning Management System (LMS) website needed a transformation into a seamless and engaging online learning experience. We took on the challenge and redesigned the platform to incorporate interactive elements, gamification features, and community-building tools.With captivating writing prompts, interactive exercises, and peer feedback mechanisms, students now embark on an inspiring writing journey. Discussion forums, live chat sessions, and virtual writing workshops foster a sense of community, while personalized progress tracking and achievement badges motivate students to excel. The result is a vibrant and playful platform that ignites creativity and nurtures aspiring writers.

    E-learning process

    E-learning design approach

    UX research

    Interviewing the educators at TWR and a sample group of the target audience was an integral part of the UX research that we conducted. It helped us understand from the eyes of the mentor, their problems, and the student’s what experience they were hoping to get out of a Moodle LMS eLearning experience. We started devising a strategy along the same lines.

    Information Architecture

    Information Architecture was an influential aspect we wanted to focus on because as an eLearning platform for users aged 8 – 18 years, it was important that it be intuitive and user friendly to ensure that users did not have to spend too much time searching for the information they were looking for.


    TWR had given us the creative freedom to explore various options keeping their goals in mind. They wanted us to make the user feel as if they were a wanderer, meandering through the magical lands discovering things that were unseen to the human eye until now. We weaved a story to ensure the end-user would be involved in it endlessly.


    Defining of characters

    TWR had told us how they wanted to use quirky and mystical creatures. We starting drawing up characters that would fit the bill and conjured up beasts so peculiar that they would end up being mascots for TWR.

    Hybrid Wireframing

    We catered to the clients time and budgetary constraints and decided to take the hybrid wireframing route. Our UX team worked cohesively with the content and the digital team to help bring into reality the client’s visualization.

    The client being intimately involved in the page schematic process helped us to better arrange elements on the website in accordance with the needs of the target audience while also maintaining transparency which allowed the client to reevaluate their ideas from a fresh perspective.

    The prototyping helped affirm the client’s beliefs in their ideas and our execution and we could expedite the process of finalizing the eLearning website design.

    Moodle Implementation

    We were elated when the client asked to reimplement the Moodle LMS integration on their eLearning website.

    Our objective was to create an engaging, intuitive and accessible EdTech system to deliver meaningful, measurable results. We did so by installing some essential plugins and doing a smart configuration and custom theming of the Moodle LMS to fit right into our client’s eLearning platform.

    We reduced our client’s burden by taking away their pain of installing, customizing, integrating and supporting the Moodle system on their site so that they were free to focus on creating quality content.

    "The finished product is intuitive and user-friendly. The site's unique look and feel is also noteworthy. Tcules Infotech's team invests in their clients and their visions. Customers can expect a seamless engagement with their team."

    Trishanya Raju
    Founder, The Wandering Raven

    Final Outcome

    1. Made it seamless, intuitive and non-obtrusive.
    2. Brought predictability in interactions, search and navigation.
    3. Restructured the layout and make it responsive.
    4. Organised the information grouping and prioritisation.
    5. Introduced progress tracking alongside community participation.