Learning: SDERA

GV Media were commissioned to produce a Road and Play safety website for children and young people for the Department of Education and Training Western Australia in 2009.

Using 'Izzy', the departments road safety mascot, Global Vision Media created a flash interactive website for young children to play games, activities and learn about road and play safety. GV Media brough Izzy to life so children have an animated character to interact with throughout the site.

Global Vision produced a three minute promo to launch the 2008 Masterpieces for Melbourne Fundraising Campaign, and for release to the media. It’s aim was to inspire and educate, to raise awareness of the NGV’s need to purchase new works for its collections and remain competitive as one of the world’s great art galleries.

Working with Cate Blanchett, Geoffery Rush, Claudia Karvan, Fred Schepisi, Dame Elisabeth Murdoch, Loti Smorgon and several members of the NGV, Global created a visually striking piece using sweeping camera movement to explore the beautiful art and space of the NGV.

This example shows how a face to face presentation can be enriched on a shoestring.

Starting with just a simple photo and a bit of Global Vision Magic, we whipped up this animation for the Country Fire Authority. Now, whenever volunteer fire fighters meet with communities to inform them of fire threats such as ember attack they can engage their audience and underscore the seriousness of the threat in seconds rather than minutes and devote more valuable time to key message delivery.

Tapping the Hidden market is a workshop series teaching workplace skills. With a set of stills and audios, we assembled some case studies to add to the learner experience and provide a launching point for the discussions.