Making education accessible to everyone.

Project Overview

This is a highly customized online classroom that was inspired by the likes of Coursera.com. The main challenge here was differentiating between self-paced classrooms and live classes, and separating the access to both. Farade Education offers both in-person and online classes, thus the capability to join an online stream of a live class had to be incorporated. The site is designed to have dual access – as a student and as a tutor, with multi-currency billing capability. It’s also designed to handle multiple instructors with custom commission rates, and the back end is designed so that course instructors can manage the end-to-end registration, class delivery and billing functions from the site itself.

Students can also access the site as a single classroom with live and recorded sessions, submit assignments online and access course material and quizzes from the site. Overall, farade.com acts as an online version of a live classroom with every feature to make it as interactive as possible. Hosted at AWS, the website is capable to handling thousands of concurrent users without any issues.


  • Intuitively search, filter courses and classes; and purchase.
  • Hold Zoom classes within the platform and secure video embedding to prevent illegal downloading and screegrabing..
  • Multi-currency. Bill in different currencies depending on the location of the student.
  • Handle multiple instructors and commission rates.
  • Support course materials/ documents, forums, assignments, essays, quizzes and certificates within classes and courses.
  • Sell different pricing models for classes and courses. (Free, one time, subscription, bundles, etc.
  • High availability and high performance hosting setup.

Accessible to everyone

Lighthouse Accessibility

Optimized for speed

Largest Contentful Paint

Built on best practices

Lighthouse Best Practices

Google friendly design

Lighthouse SEO

Unique website visitors during the first three months from launch.

Students purchased classes/ courses during the first three months from launch.