Helping students navigate life after college

Sussex Council of Training Providers

The client 

Sussex Council of Training Providers

The brief

We were asked to work with students at East Sussex College create a short animation to showcase the different education and career pathways that students can take after completing T Level qualifications. The animation is one of the resources available on the Careers East Sussex (CES) website for career advisers and teachers to share with their students as part of their career, education advice and guidance lessons.

What we delivered

We held a series of workshops with a small group of students to generate conceptual ideas. We settled on using many different arrows to create ‘visual noise’ and emphasise the many choices available to them. At the same time, the arrows help navigate students through the pathways that are open to them. The project resulted in the creation of 3 short animations.

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