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Below is a selection of work from our internal communication projects. We work with our clients to help them inform, motivate and educate employees, other businesses and their stakeholders. We work across all sectors, providing practical consultancy and support for organisations that need to maintain engagement with employees. We have worked with some of the worlds leading brands including Unilever, HSBC, Microsoft, Zurich, Coca-Cola, Nestlè and SONY.
Whether the brief is a first stage of a communications task, an excellence programme or engaging global employees, we have the knowledge and experience. We know that delivering effectual employee engagement is achieved through experience, creativity, an understanding of the end recipient coupled with a disciplined approach to project management. We can provide real-time analytics tools which will assist in measuring the effectiveness of the project.
We deliver these through various media types like games, video and web based applications for deployment on desktop, tablet (Android & iOS) and smartphone (iOS, Android and BlackBerry) devices.
Unilever – Inside Unilever
To create a engaging video sequence that illustrates the unique benefits of the Inside Unilever, Unilever’s Sharepoint based collaboration platform, that was being rolled out to all employees within the organisation. The video sought to reassure employees that the system was user friendly whilst highlighting advantages in global collaboration within a demanding and competitive market space.
What we did
Created an award winning multipurpose concept, the final piece consists of 5 sections which can be used either as one, or as individual elements. We also created support material including posters and animated gifs of use scenarios.
In 2010 it won a silver at 34th Annual Telly Awards for the ‘online video’ category.
HSBC – Sharesave Animation
To develop a communications programme to engage over 300,000 employees based in more than 80 countries and 100 sites to secure maximum participation in the Sharesave scheme.
What we did
Created a screensaver animation for group wide deployment using a traditional 2D animation technique.
- Sharesave participation increase from 39% to 47% – that’s over 30,000 people
- Since then high participation levels have been maintained or increased despite the volatile global equity markets.
- Over 88 countries have participated
- 0ver 90,000 applications were received in 2010
SBM Offshore operates in some of the world’s harshest deep-water environments to deliver floating production and mooring systems for the energy industry. Operating in over 20 locations worldwide, SBM Offshore had a brand that didn’t stack up to its extensive operations or resonate with its greatest asset: its employees.
What we did
Working with SBM Offshore’s branding agency we created a video as part of its complete design collateral in order to refresh its brand, unite over 6000 employees and create a communication solution that reflected its market leading position.
Safe Traveller – Corporate e-learning
To crate an online e-learning tool for The Risk Advisory Group, at the end of each module users must complete an evaluation exercise designed to enhance as well as test the knowledge they have acquired.
SafeTraveller is the online evolution of Janusian’s highly respected instructor-led security awareness training. After six years and four thousand people trained we have 99 per cent satisfaction ratings from delegates and their employers. SafeTraveller allows you to easily and economically deliver the essential elements of that training to all of your travellers over the internet or your corporate intranet.
Our expert security team has designed a course that encourages participants to think for themselves about their personal safety and security and learn to raise their awareness. The course records the progress of each delegate, affording your organisation the opportunity to maintain robust and universal security training records.
What we did
Safe Traveller allows corporate security and HR managers to rapidly and effectively roll out a highly cost effective and engaging travel security training programme across their travelling workforce. The project took just under 3-months to complete.
Currently rolled out
A new approach to customer service
To take a sound bite from an existing video sequence and illustrate it in a fun and humorous way. The voice-over explained a new approach to management of customer queries.
What we did
We started by creating a working storyboard, including the look and feel, character design and timings.
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The online game 1066 won a BIMA last Thursday (19th Nov 2009) for Best Online Game, The BIMA awards ‘celebrate the work of the UK digital creative industry’. As previously blogged we were responsible for creating over 270 animated assets in just over 2-weeks. Preloaded did all the creative and site development, and we created the Norman, Viking, Saxon and Villager character animation elements. We are very proud to be part of its success, the quality of the game speaks for itself in terms of the gaming results:
Since launching in May 2009, the game has received an overwhelmingly positive response from both the gaming community and online press.
The project has received no marketing budget, simply relying on the audience and community to seed and share between themselves. The traffic to date is testament to the quality of the game and the compelling nature of the content.
The Multi-player mode plays a large part in the distribution mechanic of the game and this is reflected in the continued and sustained and growth in traffic and game-play duration.
> Number 1 search result in google for ’1066′
> Current total game-plays standing at over 5 million
> Average game duration over 25 minutes
And the reviews:
“If half the Proper Wargames released each year showed as much imagination, style and spirit as 1066 the genre would be in a far healthier state”
Tim Stone – rockpapershotgun.com
“Pleasing to play and pleasing to the eye. Check it out.”
Brian Ashcroft – kotaku.com