The background for this project is that AcadeMedia lacked a proper platform that stored their digital resources, which were thus spread across the web. There was an idea for a virtual campus, and in order to make it a reality AcadeMedia invited several digital agencies to present their takes. Bombayworks won the pitch and the project took off in 2019.
One platform, endless possibilities
The project started with a pilot at the NTI upper secondary school in Nacka just outside of Stockholm. This was a hard-coded solution, only containing the functionality needed to validate and test the concept.
Since then the platform has matured into what is now Campus Online, a dynamic web platform connected to a growing network of schools. Students can keep track of due assignments, check their schedule and visit Google Classroom. Teachers get access to a different view where they can easily set deadlines, register absentees, create tests and share webinars.
The project was partially developed in sprints. The platform evolved from a set of specified needs, adding necessary bits and pieces after standups between Bombayworks and AcadeMedia. Bombayworks’ analysts, developers, testers and designers were involved in creating a user-friendly platform for the sake of future learning.