Pandemic Preparedness for Businesses is a set of two comprehensive courses I helped create for Equanimity Media, which offer the most effective COVID-19 online training for businesses & employees. They are powered by Fulcrum Labs' adaptive 3.0 artificial intelligence system.
Funded in part by the US Dept. of Commerce & the National Institutes of Health, these course have been accredited by University of Utah Health, offer continuing education units.
Please check out these individual lesson sample videos:
I am the Lead Instructional Designer & Animator at Equanimity Media and gave these courses their signature style and personally created the vast majority of these courses 70+ animated videos.
Please visit www.covidtraining.ai for a free demo or paid subscription to these courses.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a video I created for Equanimity Media in partnership with F10 Creative and Fulcrum Labs. This video combines puppet animation with lots of icon motion graphics to tell the story. The founder did the voiceover, explaining the psychological philosophy that drives her personally, fostering a culture that kept her employees extraordinarily happy (in the before covid-19 world).
The Line of Decision is another video I created for Equanimity Media in partnership with F10 Creative and Fulcrum Labs. This video helped explain and establish their unique psychology-driven culture in their onboarding adaptive course. The client selected the puppet characters that represent her — in this case as a superhero!
I created the following video for VineSolutions to explain how their various accounts payable systems work together in an integrated whole for their restaurant clients, who are having unprecedented challenges right now, and need their A/P to be easy & efficient. In this case the client chose a flying robot to be their spokesperson, with my voiceover.
Here I made this video to bring a FAQ to life. Using motion graphics and character animation I made an otherwise boring set of frequently asked questions engaging, saving lots of employee time having to explain the same things over and over to clients who typically would never read the old-school FAQ.