iSchool Capstone


Project tags:

business & systems analysis

content & digital asset management

information architecture

Diversity Award
Project poster

High costs and unreliable infrastructure in Ghana make accessing the internet challenging for its citizens. Our team has re-designed the front-end user interface and information architecture for Asanka, an offline content management system (CMS) that allows educators to store and share information. To improve the user experience, our team has modified the existing architecture to build a teacher-centric CMS. Our redesigned interface allows teachers and administrators to better organize and access content for education. By placing the teacher at the center of Asanka we hope to further inspire the use of technology in classrooms in Ghana.

Project participants:

Benneth Cenita


Henry Alms


Jake Therrien


Andy Johnson