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Lifeline Programming


Visual design for an internal BBC course.


Client BBC via Atticmedia
Date July, 2014

Lifeline Programming

Lifeline Programming

Lifeline Programming

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"Lifeline Programming" was a course for BBC staff to learn how to create programmes that help audiences facing humanitarian crises. Some of the things they're taught about include how to offer lifesaving information and giving audiences a voice. During real life crises, a degree of sensitivity is also expected and so learners are faced with scenarios that explore that.

Content within the course ranges from straightforward text and image information pages and videos, to activities that consist of image hot spots and multiple choice quizzes, some with audio.

When I became involved with the design of this course, the general visual style and user interface was already set, but different scenarios required further visual identity - the example screens above show this. The first screen suggests a desk with audio equipment, the second screen hints at a sound studio and the third references the Final Cut interface to represent video.

This course was eventually developed in a Storyline format.

 
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