When one looks at any learning software - eLearning based or not - one cannot sometims help but think why the authors could not have organized the screens (or the means of navigation) in a way similar to some other piece of software which the user has used or come accustomed to using. In this paper it is hoped to be able to achieve just that. That is, to accommodate the adaptive screen design by building up a profile about the user which can capture the learning styles of the user and personal preferences, and to be able to have the same navigation process over multiple devices and transmission types. With this as the design backbone it is also planned to offer user driven material so as to be able to take full advantage of the user requirements.