A3MG developed this interactive working with content producers and designers at HHMI BioInteractive. A3MG designed the UI/UX, programmed the “Measure Area” and “Count Elephants” tools, and accessibility elements. The data students collect with the tools is compiled into the printable “Data Tables” tab where students can analyze further.
This project has been designed to comply with the WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility guidelines.
This Click & Learn traces the flow of energy from the Sun all the way to cells within organisms. The embedded questions and calculations guide students’ understanding of how energy is distributed through a variety of ecosystems.
In this lab, students prepare and analyze virtual bacterial DNA samples. In the process, they learn about several common molecular biology methods, including DNA extraction, PCR, and DNA sequencing and analysis. These methods are applicable in a wide variety of settings, including scientific research and forensic labs.
This interactive animation about coral bleaching provides stop points at which students can further explore the material through additional text and illustrations, videos, questions, and simple interactive widgets.
This interactive explores niche partitioning, a mechanism that enables similar species of animals to coexist. It features drag and drop activities, quizzes and freeform responses, a printable progress page, and the ability to save progress to the cloud using Google Sign In.
This interactive animation about the biology of skin color provides stop points at which students can further explore the material through additional text and illustrations, videos, questions, and simple interactive widgets.
Narrated by the world’s leading authority on the evolution of human skin color, Dr. Nina Jablonski, this animation describes how and where melanin is produced in our cells and what factors affect our skin color.
Working with content producers at HHMI Biointeractive, A3MG designed and programmed this customized video player and content pages.
This project has been designed to comply with the WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility guidelines and includes video subtitles and an audio description (AD) version of the animation.