The wildly successful CyberAware campaign has received national coverage for its anti-bullying public service message. Created by VFS Digital Design students Tamish Aswani, Paul Belen, Felipe Dos Santos and Luis Francisco Baroni Coutinho, the website and motion graphics video was featured in The National Post, The Province, The Vancouver Sun and The Montreal Gazette, and sparked positive interest from the Canadian education system. In late February, it was also featured on Global News TV. We just recently received a copy of the video news segment so we’re posting it now for your viewing pleasure.
Tomorrow, British Columbians unite against bullies. It’s called Pink Shirt Day, and it’s a symbolic stand against bullying in all its forms – at school, at work, online.
For Digital Design students Paul Belen, Luis Francisco, Felipe Dos Santos, and Tamish Aswani, it’s also launch time for their new initiative, Cyber Aware.
The team developed the entire project – including a logo, tagline, the video you see above, and a website at cyberaware.info - as part of their Information Design course in Digital Design. It’s an incredibly polished project, as you will see… but most importantly, it’s both timely and eye-opening.
Want to take a stand against cyber bullying? Visit cyberaware.info and click the Facebook “Like” or “Tweet” buttons. Get the word out!