Berlin, Germany, January 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- First aid can save lives. But for rescuers to remember all the procedures and perform them correctly in an emergency, they need to review them on a regular basis. That's why simpleshow, the explainer video producer, developed the interactive video course "Become a First Aid Hero" in collaboration with the German Red Cross.
The online course, structured as a series of simpleshow explainer videos followed by quick quizzes, won a silver medal in the "Health" category of this year's Lovie Awards. "We're very gratified that the judges were taken with our concept and its realisation," says Kai Blisch, Managing Director of simpleshow. "The users can put themselves in the little first aid hero's shoes as they brush up on basic first aid techniques in a fun, entertaining way. Also, the short learning units make the course flexible, so they can spread it out to fit into their routines."
Christoph Müller, head of First Aid Training at the German Red Cross, is just as pleased about the award: "We put a great deal of knowledge and dedication into developing the First Aid learning nugget. So it's great that our work has been recognised across Europe with this award."
This is the third year that the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS) has presented the Lovie Awards, which celebrate creative and inspiring online projects in the categories of websites, online advertising, internet video, mobile & applications and social. The panel of judges is composed of Internet experts, company founders, musicians and artists.
The learning nugget can be found under the URL firstaid.simpleshow.com.
simpleshow is the market leader in explainer videos. Since its founding in 2008, the company has produced several thousand videos for customers in more than 50 languages – including global players such as Microsoft, eBay, Audi, Deutsche Bank and Novartis. Over the past 5 years simpleshow has made a name for itself with its iconic illustrated "papermation" technique. Today, the company offers several explainer video formats that convey complex subject matter in a short and engaging manner. All team members undergo a rigorous training process at the in-house Academy. simpleshow has more than 100 employees based in Berlin, Stuttgart, Luxembourg, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Miami and London.
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