At the Petit Vivier schoolvisit website
A badly lead reform therefore unloved when it could have been a good thing had it been set up correctly.
Following the school reforms, Spintank asked us to demonstrate an example of how changing the rhythm of the school day can be a positive thing for students, parents and teachers.
How can we prove the benefits and the importance of restructuring the school time to different target audiences?
A nice example of the use of interactivity to explain the school rythms with pedagogical purposes @interactif Designers Interactifs
They made it
Lot of people have been working on this project, here is our part of people working on it.
To better illustrate our proposal, we came up with a web-documentary through which visitors are able to discover the typical day of a 3 year old and a 6 year old subsequent to the reforms.
We followed two children for two days, from the morning until they get back to their parent’s house in the evening and we were able to show the benefits of this reform through their lifestyle.
To improve the insight into the daily lives of the two pupils, we took sound clips to accompany our photos.
To complete our overview, widen the points of view and hear about the experience gained, we interviewed parents and teachers about this reform without overseeing or revising their remarks.
We also used techniques such as stop motion or animated pictures to make the content of the web report as enriched and as interactive as possible.
The technical problematic was to offer a fast download experience and an animated, fluid scroll on the desktop formats such as tablets.
In order to start browsing right away, all media formats load as the user gradually scrolls through the story.
From an animation perspective, they were all are optimised as much as possible and other medias are rendered on a canvas background/WebGL – whether it be fixed images or sequences of animated images – so they can be read and controlled in the most fluid way possible, in particular for the scroll facility on tablets.