The old paper chart that was used was difficult to read. The area for teachers to mark behavioral progress was too small. We took inspiration from this for our redesign and kept the progress bar on the side, as well as behavioral categories and class list
Before designing the layout, we collected requirements from the old chart and organized the new information architecture hierarchy
Keeping in mind our user group a teammate and I tried to design a kid friendly aesthetic that would be easily used and read by teachers and parents. With the new design teachers can select the student and their class, and assign their behavioral score with stars.
We chose a purple color scheme as a neutral color that was easy to look at. Since many kids with ASD also have sensory processing disorder, we prototyped in a few color schemes to find the balance of kid friendly but muted enough to not be overwhelming.