You're a product designer for a new educational app (competitors are Skillshare and Udemy). You're designing the interface for going through multiple lessons in a course.
You're at the stage of the process where you need to start making a digital prototype to test what the final product will feel like: things like interaction, UI components, typography, and image quality.
Make a high-fidelity digital prototype. This prototype should demonstrate the flow of watching several lessons in a row that all have video and text content. You can review your competitors to see what kinds of things would be on a page like this. You may want to start with a wireframe.
Extra Credit: Add some interactivity to the prototype so that people looking at it can get a feel for what it would be like to use this interface on the final product.
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