Math can be so cool! The judges of the German Digital Award (dda) also found this out. Some of the jury members let their children test the platform for stress-free learning of mathematics. The children sat tirelessly in front of Struggly and wanted to keep going. Also one of the reasons why Struggly took the title "Best of 2023" at #dda23. On top of that, our customer Boggl Inc. and we also won 3 x gold and once bronze! The madness!
The platform is aimed at school-age children, but also at adults. With it, one learns to solve mathematical problems in a playful way.
"Struggly" is a clever concept that looks like a simple game at first glance. But behind the colorful facade lies an extensive mathematical learning platform. The intuitive user interface makes the complex subject of mathematics easily accessible. The platform offers different levels of difficulty, which are
The jury of the German Digital Awards was impressed by the creative implementation and innovative idea behind "Struggly". They said the app managed to make mathematics appealing and entertaining for a young target group, while at the same time promoting learning. "All the kids we showed the app to played it and loved it. And didn't stop playing," BVDW Vice President Herbener further explained in her pre-recorded video message for the award. Particular emphasis was placed on the clear user orientation as well as the didactically sensible concept that addresses the needs of learners. The "Struggly" app proves that mathematics does not have to be boring and that digital learning platforms make an important contribution to education. The success of "Struggly" will hopefully help even more students find joy in learning mathematics and thus improve their chances for a successful future.
In the category "Website - stationary & mobile" with the four subcategories "Idea/Innovation", "User Experience/Usabilty" and "Content" as well as "Visual Design" our product made it onto this year's shortlist. This resulted in 3 gold honors from the jury and one bronze. Many thanks for this - and thanks to everyone in the team!