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What is good design? Should design be accessed, understood and used to the greatest extent possible by all people regardless of their age, size, ability or disability? And should an environment (or any building, product, or service in that environment) be designed to meet the needs of all people who wish to use it? And if so, how can the next generation of designers acquire skills that makes it possible for them to connect with the people they are designing for?
As a creative response to the Coronavirus pandemic, we produced this film reminding people to stay at least six feet/two meters away from each other, and in this way lessen the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19. This campaign was specifically targeted Southasia.
Visual Game & Media Design is an intensive two-year programme for students wishing to do creative work in game design, visual media, and beyond. During the programme, you will continually combine the hands-on creation of digital games, animations, motion graphics and visual designs with innovative conceptual approaches to game design and storyworld design. The programme teaches idea-generation, creative process, business models, and how to involve clients and users within both the game industry, in visual entertainment, storytelling, animation and motion graphics.
Since 2016, The Royal Danish Academy, has been working with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Fashion, Clothing & Textiles aims to educate fashion and textile designers that are committed to exploring smart, alternative materials and methods in design as well as developing groundbreaking strategies for sustainable development.
Films produced by Move Copenhagen for Voices of Europe — a non-profit organization established to strengthen civic and democratic participation through intercultural dialogue across Europe. Voices of Europe is a testimony to the power of finding and honoring one’s voice. The organization gives Europeans the opportunity to share their thoughts in short documentary films that hopefully will offer a deeper understanding of our shared identity and shared values — and as a consequence bring us closer together.
Nursery and pre-school staff are not required to undertake paediatric first aid. It is important to have as many carers trained as possible. Having the bare minimum is not sufficient enough as this does not allow for staff holidays or sickness. Campaign for Ministry of Children and Education.
Work for bullying-online.org — a ressource for parents and carers concerned about cyberbullying. Initial findings in last year’s EU Kids Online survey revealed how almost a quarter of children claim they have been bullied. And many suspect this figure is rising. As a parent, cyberbullying is likely to be a new phenomenon to you. While the classroom and playground bullies still exist, the practice has evolved. Think about it: the internet can be an anonymous, instant and far-reaching communications tool – a perfect match for bullies seeking to inflict maximum emotional damage. But remember, you can combat this new and dangerous strain of bullying.
Physical activity helps children grow strong bones, maintain a healthy weight, and prevent deadly lifestyle illnesses. Unfortunately, a new study shows that only 10 pct. of Danish 11-year old girls meet the recommendations issued by the Danish Health Authority: Children need to be physical active at least 60 minutes a day. At the same time, the study shows that a parent’s effort has the greatest impact on their child’s activity level.
On this account, the Danish Health Authority is launching a new film spot aimed at fathers to pre-teens. The new work is themed “Less Will Do” and is part of the Danish Health Authority “Get Moving” campaign, which launched in early 2010. A new film kicks things off by showing how a father to a pre-teen girl is preparing himself physically and mentally for what seems to be a sports competition, but as it turns out, he is preparing himself for something completely different.
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