Let’s make some noise, but safely

A few months ago I completed some sketch work on the subject of Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL), and this month that collateral has been published on the Worksafe website as a Noise toolkit.

Using a sketch style is quite a departure from Worksafe’s usual brand so I congratulate the Worksafe Advisers and the Communications team in taking a punt on this experimental approach.

Video

Here’s an example of one of the three videos in the NIHL series. There is no audio narration, just a backing sound track.

This was produced using Paper by fiftythree (iPad app), and Premiere Pro to create the video format.

Lingo image library

Part of the project output was to create a Lingo kit (a design library app) of 150 separate images, from the video content, for Worksafe’s Communications team designers to use in the accompanying print and online graphics.

Lingo-Worksafe-Kit-Screenshot

A Lingo Kit means clients can keep on using the imagery for their own storytelling purposes, such as in presentations.

If you’re not already doing it, please follow me on Instagram, I’ll be posting more often over the next few months as I start to ramp up my online learning series on Skillshare.

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Meg M

Sketchologist, visual storyteller, designer and writer

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