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Designing a learning management system (LMS) is a major project that involves several stages. Here’s a step-by-step guideline on how to design an LMS platform:

  1. Define the goals and objectives: Clearly outline what you want to achieve through the LMS platform, who your target audience is, and what kind of content will be hosted on it.

  2. Identify user requirements: Conduct surveys, interviews, or focus groups with potential users – such as learners, administrators, instructors - to gather their opinions and needs for the LMS.

  3. Choose the technical architecture: Decide whether you want to develop a cloud-based LMS or choose an existing open-source platform like Moodle or Canvas.

  4. Plan key features: Based on your goals and user requirements, plan out core features of the L.M.S., such as course creation tools, communication channels (live chats/forums), assessment modules (quizzes/tests), analytics dashboard for tracking learner progress etc.

  5. Develop UI/UX wireframes/mockups: Sketch out interface layouts/screens illustrating visual structure & navigational flow between pages/functions in collaboration with designers & developers.

  6. Create detailed specifications/design documentation highlighting features/functionality planned for each section/module/page along with defined workflows/user interaction scenarios illustrated via use-cases/storyboards/diagrams where necessary – keeping final design/user experience cohesive across all aspects/screens of your product/platform solution while following best-practices/recommendations

7.Deploy development methodology Picking Agile-based methodologies like Scrum/Kanban ensures faster/smoother build iterations ensuring regular progress validation/improvements prioritizing crucial end-user feedback early by continuously incorporating changes into live-facing deliverables throughout implementation cycle Collaborate closely with multidisciplinary teams comprising frontend/backend developers testers QC