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The Digital Communications Awards results are in. But did we win?

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Three images stacked together. In the portrait image on the left, a poster sits on an easel. The poster has the Digital Communications Awards logo in the top left corner and the words Ready For Take Off in front a red and black hued image of swirling star clusters in the cosmos. The top right image features the Digital Communications Awards logo in the bottom left corner, the word Jury Meetings 08:30-17:55 hours in the top left and an image of the planet Saturn in white against a black background. The word Saturn is written horizontal and in white alongside the planet image. The bottom right image is white bowl containing a selection blue, green, pink, yellow and white flying saucer sherbet sweets.

Digital Communications Awards celebrate brands, campaigns and innovations that lead the way in online communications across the world. We entered our ‘Journey to GCHQ’ campaign – but did we win? Learn how we fared against an incredible 6,000 other applicants.

Creating a rich picture and animation to illustrate Smarter Working

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A still image from the animation framework showing the ‘bare bones’ of the character rigging used to animate the action of movement in areas such as arms, legs and walking so our characters could go about their smarter working day. The rigging is comprised of different coloured sticks connected by dots that represent limbs and joints the limbs and joints of three humanoid shapes, two sitting and one standing. The sticks and dots can be manipulated to portray movement when illustrative graphics are overlaid

Follow the process we used to create the engaging ‘rich picture’ visual illustration of smarter working scenarios and principles within the Civil Service. Also view the short animated film we created, featuring those illustrated scenes, to further expand on details.