Mathebibel – An Award-winning Math learning platform

Mathebibel is a German Award-winning Mathematics learning platform. Helping 1M+ teachers and students to learn Math in the German language easily.

I worked on this project as a Web UI Designer. And my responsibilities were to redesign their website to increase conversion rate and user experience. Also, provided responsive versions and branding materials.

I worked in collaboration with the product owner along with the developers. My working tools were Figma, Tailwind CSS, Slack, Trello, etc.


The challenge was to design a UI that engages website users and provides a very good readability experience. And convey targeted messages to users converting them into customers. Why because the problem was users of the website left the website within 2,3 minutes after landing.


Based on the user’s feedback and analysis I started to redesign the whole UI of the website from scratch, which meets web and accessibility standards. Created PDF content for the users. If they want to read the content without ads they can read it easily. And the website will generate revenue with the help of PDF selling.


After testing different versions of the designs with the users. We launched the final version and the results we gathered in which
The bounce rate was reduced by 30%.
The conversion rate increased by 15%.

Research Finding

Conducted both Qualitative and Quantitative research for this project.
To analyze the data and identify the pain points of the users from the interviews.


Key Findings

Based on the users problems the key findings are...

Bad User Interface
Content is difficult to understand
Too many Ads on Sidebar
Content is difficult to understand

Design Process

Using a common design process where we start from the discovery phase and understand the empathy of the user or the challenges they are facing. So I started with User Interviews and feedback collection on the existing designs.

Rough Sketches
Low-fi wireframes
Design Style Guide
Custom Illustrations