Jellyvision wanted to develop a new product to help employers comply with new laws requiring sexual harassment prevention training. I worked with a small team, led by writer Megan Manley, to research and build a pilot version in less than eight weeks.
Our research found a lot of shortcomings in existing training programs—many were boring, some reinforced gender stereotypes, and others made users feel unnecessarily defensive.
Media Production—Austin Heller
Sketches showing the evolution of the character designs (above).
For the illustration style, I wanted to remove depictions of race and gender so as not to bias the user.
This clip shows a portion of the final experience.
We delivered a pilot on time that met our expectations for an experience that was empathetic, engaging, unbiased, and informative.