Sometimes it’s not the outside world you want to talk to but your own organisation. When implementing complex policies, trying to increase awareness of a particular problem or create culture change, having your staff on board will improve your chances of success. But for them to be on board, your staff need to understand. Here we present four tips on how to run successful internal communication campaigns that will put your messages across in the most efficient way.
For EUMETSAT we produced a series of documentary videos on what it’s like to work at its headquarters in Darmstadt. As it prepares a recruitment drive, the videos were used to attract young people to its Early Career Programme and give audiences an insight to its unique and friendly working environment.
Commissioned by Euroconsult we developed a video for the World Satellite Business Week, which was used to attract key influencers ahead of the unique executive meeting for use on the event’s website and social media.
In a new video for TESAT-SpaceCom, we portray the pioneering and innovative ways they are providing a new data network in space, based on laser communication. With the aim of mesmerising audiences, we used the latest in visual illustration techniques to deliver a fast-paced and dynamic representation of TESAT’s capabilities.
For ESA’s European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC) we produced several short, dynamic videos to capture the unique experience of doing a post-doc at the Centre close to Madrid. The aim is to attract young astronomers to join ESA’s research fellowship programme.
In a new video for the European Defence Agency (EDA), Design & Data created a series of 2D and 3D visuals with a series of overlays and video cuts to illustrate the need for governmental satellite communications (GovSatcom). The video includes the latest in visual illustration techniques in a fast-paced, dynamic representation.
So far, we’ve only seen Mars through the eyes of machines. Man has not yet set foot onto the red planet. The first manned mission to Mars is in the future. Before this, a lot needs to be tested, among other things the suits of the astronauts. We attended the Austrian Space Forum’s (ÖWF) field simulation “Mars2013” for two days – in the faraway Moroccan desert.