Either I am picky as all hell, totally unlucky or just really good at making bad decisions.
A new RJ has been born! Well, not totally new, but there is no way to swap out this software without getting caught so I want to make a post about it. Below I will talk about the major changes we have made and give you some insights on The great things to come.
Let’s Take a Look at the Upgrades
Take a look at the new site styling. Our goal was to clean things up so you can enjoy an experience focused on content. We also really improved the mobile site.
While this visual upgrade looks like a the “big change”, it is actually the smallest thing on the list.
General Content Organization
Here is the biggest upgrade. We are introducing content types so we can break free from the constraints of large courses.
- Video Q&A
- Quick Tips
- Class Recaps
Introducing smaller pieces means we will be able to release more content regularly.
Moreover, we are developing and really savvy way to organize content and create relationships between moves, combos, and q&a’s, so you can crank effortlessly on the learning. This is going to be an ongoing project that we are really excited about.
Changing the Course (LMS) Software
We are changing out our Learning Management System to something more streamlined and lightweight.
All the courses are the same, but the layout will be slightly different. Progressing through courses will be totally linear so you won’t miss anything. We are also going to start introducing little quizzes.
Challenges & Feedback
We are putting feedback and challenges on hold for new members. If you are an existing premium member, don’t worry, we will be in touch on how we plan on interacting.
We need to revisit how this part of Rhythm Juice is going to work so we can create something is more streamlined and engaging and easier to use. We have some killer ideas, but don’t want to rush this one so we are just putting things on hold.
Good Bye Wanna Be Social Networking Features
Let’s face it, we aren’t Facebook. We recently tried to implement some social features, but all the solutions we have tried just slow down the site and are filled with bugs. In the end it is just distracting from the learning experience .
So for right now, we are getting ride of the social networking features like group, personal messaging, and the activity feed. These all slow the site down and distract from easy access to content.
Let us know what you think by posting below. Do you have any ideas about content organization, or anything that will help you learn more efficiently, let us know.