Each student has a different learning style. This learning style is a student's learning preference that needs to be accommodated in a learning environment. However, in conventional classrooms it is very difficult to accommodate all student learning styles. One of the potential solutions is to create an e-Learning module that can be presented interactively. This research intends to provide an alternative interaction design for e-Learning modules by adding features, especially in terms of visuals to make learning easier and more interactive. Using the User-Centered Design (UCD) method. This research undergoes several important stages to produce interaction design prototypes and the evaluations. The result is the learning object and the navigation, which is then made into a prototype of an interactive e-Learning module. After being evaluated, the prototype satisfies user's expectations in terms of content translation, content navigation, and in terms of interactivity throughout the module.