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  • Digital creative strategy, websites and mobile | Equilibrium
    mole scan 10 months ago and there was no cause for concern then however since then obviously things had changed to the point that this friendly doctor recommended I seek medical attention for it immediately he said Quickly acting on this recommendation Steve who is 36 soon found out the spot in question was in fact a melanoma and subsequently had it removed Had I not had this interaction that day the outcome could have well been vastly different for me given how rapidly the melanoma was changing he said Returning to work Steve issued a directive to all staff at Equilibrium to take some time during the working week to go and have their moles checked As a result Wade one of the agency s developers soon learned he too had some cause for concern in the form of a sunspot on his nose The spot was removed and while it has left a temporary mark Wade was extremely grateful that it was picked up now Otherwise it could have gone undetected for quite some time We all know it is important to keep an eye on moles for changes but we are all guilty of being perhaps a

    Original URL path: http://equ.com.au/news/sunsmart-message-hits-home-for-equilibrium-team (2016-04-29)
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  • Digital creative strategy, websites and mobile | Equilibrium
    naturally occurring high risk situations involving water that kids and their parents could come across day to day High risk scenarios include dealing with floodwaters ocean swimming and storm warnings and fishing off rocks to name a few Children are then required to navigate the scenario and identify safety concerns with each correct identification unlocking subsequent levels and scenario specific information Equilibrium Digital Director Stephen Dodge said the app introduces kids to a new and safe level of engagement with real life hazardous scenarios The way we deliver educational content to primary school aged children today is multidimensional with apps playing a significant role in making often complex information easily digestible Having worked with DFES previously on a bushfire awareness and prevention website for primary kids we know that the Department s safety messages translate very effectively into interactive visual representations With Be Safe Around Water were able to quite vividly capture the 11 risky scenarios through illustration and introduce a high degree of interactivity and game based challenge that we know kids respond really well to said Mr Dodge The app was developed specially for the DFES display at this year s Royal Show however given its popularity the Department is rolling it out more broadly for both schools and the general public Now is the time to start having a dialogue about every day water safety The feedback we have received from kids and parents alike has been overwhelmingly positive so we have moved the app station into the Education and Heritage Centre in East Perth as a permanent installation for families and schools to access Further to that we will make the app available in the Apple App Store as soon as possible with Google Play to follow said Ms Flint It is hoped that by making

    Original URL path: http://equ.com.au/news/dfes-goes-digital-to-keep-wa-kids-safe-this-summer (2016-04-29)
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