Four Elements of Proof

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The focus of this project was to provide a relevant user-experience that was true to the topic.

In The 4 Elements of Proof,  narration is provided by a detective who informs users they will receive a “refresher” on the course topic. Key information and user instructions are shown in yellow and before presenting any instructional content, the user is asked if they prefer audio (narration).

*Simple choices like having or not having narration aim to put the user more in control of their experience.

The course proceeds to introduce the 4 elements as a click-to-reveal activity. Once complete, the user proceeds to check the informative voice messages to evaluate how the message details might constitute as proof, as it relates to the 4 elements.

The course closes to conclude that though some elements were satisfied in the course, ALL elements must be addressed to build a strong argument/legal case.

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A course that aims to create a relevant user experience to introduce the 4 Elements of Proof used to provide evidence in a legal argument or criminal case.
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