This interactive guide explores the complicated process of programming a self driving car to constantly identify, evaluate and take action against potential hazards. You can take the challenge yourself and assess your skills at spotting, prioritising and responding to dangerous situations.
This rather unique and (as it turned out) hugely enjoyable project took Vanishing Point into the world of craft beer. New Bristol Brewery tasked us with carrying out a full branding exercise for their soon to open brewery school, the accompanying website and the course booking management (run through Eventbrite). Check-out our case study for a closer look.
This interactive presentation walks you though the Body Shop production and selling principles for running a sustainable, enviromentaly aware and fair-trade business. Participants can take a consumer test to evaluate their principles when buy items.
Aimed at an older age group (14-19) Respect for Trademarks is a resource designed to support knowledge and understanding of intellectual property rights, and trademark laws in particular. Whilst needing to work as a sister site to RFC, this needed a more adult approach, where interviews and a few highly focused tasks replaced the more expansive nature of the previous site. These included a history of Trademarks timeline, a leaflet design task and an interactive logo maker.
With the World Health Organisation and IPPF we developed this simple-to-use online toolkit that pulled a huge body of work together in one place. The aim was to present these vast resources in a logical concise manner, making it incredibly easy to access specific information.
Teaching Trailers has been running for 20+ years and we were tasked with modernising the brand and recoding the site to be mobile friendly. The fresh, clean approach was a real success and it’s a site we are very proud to have designed & developed.
This is a neat little site we put together for the award-winning radio producer Sarah Peters. Her impressive career involves making documentaries for BBC Radio 4, podcasts for the Guardian, GPS-triggered apps for the Corporation of London and Battersea Power Station, to name but a few.
In Cinema is an educational resource based on the Film Distributors’ Association yearbook 2017. The website makes use of the fascinating facts and figures about what UK audiences viewing preferences, and we explore issues rising from those statistics.
A set of four infographics designed to highlight current guidance from the World Health Organization on Key aspects of SRHR (Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights) & HIV Linkages.
Belief in Film was a joint venture between UK Jewish Film and 3FF. Hosting a selection of films and interviews about faith, identity and belonging, the website is designed to encourage people from different backgrounds, cultures and belief to work together and engage in reflective conversations. The resource also features an interactive pin board task that looks at pre-conceptions and there is plenty of support work in the downloadable worksheets.