I'm working on a web app that contains "lessons" that a user can "qualify for". They can then have one of 4 states:
- Graduated and Mastered
- Unlocked, and started.
- Newly Unlocked, not started
This is somewhat similar to a task list. And one way to do this is to have a small progress bar for Not started/Started/Finished (so empty, partially filled, filled). And then have another decoration for "Mastered".
Conflicting Goal One conflict I have is that we want them to be pay more attention to the one that's already started, since they should work on that first, but also notice that "hey" there's this new lesson we just unlocked.
Constraint: Must assume the user can't read and may have cognitive deficits.
User Demographics This is for folks with brain injuries causing speech or language deficits. A large percentage of them will have reading comprehension difficulty.
Is there a better way to do this?