During the summer of 2017, myself and a group of four other students were given the opportunity to work with DotEveryone - a company that focuses on making the internet accessible for everyone - as part of a four week internship. During this time, we were asked to create an awareness campaign around the new set of online regulations that were being implemented the following year (GDPR).
We started out by deconstructing the GDPR in to more easy-to-understand terminology that people could relate to and get interested in. We then devised an awareness campaign that included posters and a short PSA film that could bring the implications of society's lack of digital awareness in to reality.
Process blog: https://doteveryone-research.tumblr.com
In collaboration with Zoe Stromberg, Charlie Witter and Tom Gavriel