Clients: Schouten en Nelissen, ISBW, Bestuursacademie Nederland
FOUR ASPECTS OF THE MESSAGE
An e-learning course about invisible non-verbal factors that influence daily communication.
The course is based on the communication model by Schulz von Thun.
CONSTRUCTION OF LETTERS
An e-learning course about the construction of letters told through the story of man who loses his house in a fire. He strikes up correspondence with the housing corporation.
THE PDCA CYCLE
E-learning course about the cyclical management model PDCA. The model is explained through the story a rocket launch.
The spinning ''PDCA wheel'' explains the functioning of the model.
An e-learning course about phasing in project management. A hungry bear attacked a beehive and the bees are forced to look for a new home. In the process, they go through the five phases of project management.
THE WORKS COUNCILS ACT
An e-learning course about the Works Councils Act (Wet op de Ondernemingsraden).
In this interactive quizz, the user tests his knowledge of the Act through an attendance registration machine.
This slide explains the origins of the Works Councils Act, which came into existence because the manager of the Dutch Royal Yeast Company could not manage a rising number of employees,
An e-learning course about HACCP, a protocol for safety in food preparation and distribution. The course explains the concept through the story of a brave kitchen employee who takes it up against a gang of mean food bacterias.
An e-learning course about the factors influencing the successful functioning of a team
CHARACTERS AND PORTRAITS
These are character designs for various e-learning courses, TV series, educational films, games, journalistic articles and/or awareness campaigns. The subjects range from information protection across political education, soft skills in communication, human resources management, public speech training...
Client: Cargill Inc
A training course about social engineering.
A spaceship carrying a shape-shifting alien lands on earth. The alien crawls into a company truck that is carrying equipment in crates.
A warehouse clerk awakens from his sleep. He receives the crates, including the alien. The alien assumes the clerk's shape and walks to the company headquarters.
At the beginning of the course, the user is tricked into allowing ''the intruder'' in. The course progresses through the reception area across research and all the way to the laboratory.
Each level explains a particular aspect of social engineering.
Client: Health Center Vozdovac
Samples from a long-running poster campaign promoting health awareness. The first poster is against smoking. It undermines the advertising stereotype that smoking is manly (e.g. the Marlboro Man).
The second poster advises viewers not to replace their psychological needs with the compulsion to eat at night.
In the third poster, models wearing condoms advertise safe sex as high fashion.
The first infographic for the multinational Cargill shows how good information protection creates distinct value on the basis of the company's core values. The second, for the political party VVD, explains budgetary adjustments that need to be made due to the financial crisis. The third, for the Slovenian management company Partner Team, summarizes the process of management consultancy. The fourth, for the training company Schouten & Nelissen, explains the procedure of performance reviews/interviews.
2D/3D animated series chronicling the life of Colin, a gay guinea pig in midlife crisis.
Throughout 13 episodes, Colin remembers his various adventures and confrontations with issues of inclusion.
Colin was written by the renowned Dutch comedy artist Paul Groot (Koefnoen) and directed by Peter Lindhout with art direction provided by Victor Elberse.
THE MONEY MULE
Client: Dutch Police Office
Instagram story promoting the awareness of the phenomenon Money Mule. A money mule, sometimes called a "smurfer," is a person who transfers money acquired illegally (e.g., stolen) in person, through a courier service, or electronically, on behalf of others. Typically, the mule is paid for services with a small part of the money transferred.
HYGIENE IN THE OPERATING ROOM
Client: New Compliance
A poster campaign promoting the awareness of various hygiene practices in Dutch operating rooms:
Jewelry may not be worn in the operating room
Doors must be locked during operation
The use of surgical instruments is not allowed during lunchtime
Communication between the surgeon and supporting staff must be clear
''Island culture'' must be avoided
The patient should feel welcome in recovery
Gauzes must be counted after the operation
The staff and the patient should cooperate