Born on the arctic ocean

Dualog delivers digital platforms at sea and ship to shore communication services. A company with origins in Tromsø, Norway. Dualog wants to improve everyday life at sea, with reliable and stable signal for internet and phone on board all ships. The identity concept explores and visualizes the dialogue and duality in communications ship to shore.

Animation: Per Øyvind Weum
Visual Identity: Nicklas Haslestad

Altibox Gaming

Altibox “for gamers”, er en logo designet for Altibox sitt gaming initiativ. Logoen ble utviklet i samarbeid med Fasett. Den ble første gang brukt på en konferanse i Stavanger. Logoen er inspirert av amerikanske sports-/esportlag og stilen som ofte går igjen i gaming-bransjen.

Prosessen startet med tre unike retninger for stilen de ønsket seg. Kunden ønsket også et symbol eller element som gjorde det umulig å misforstå konseptet.

Add Gaming Experience To Your CV

Together with Manpower we developed a new way to find the perfect job applicant. 71.000 young people in Norway who neither have a job nor attend higher education, play video games. They develope their cognitive abilities, social and problem solving skills through video games. Their gaming experience may be a perfect substitute for work experience.

Manpower added a new section to their registration form, allowing people to add gaming experience to their CV. We encouraged them to explain how the experience was relevant and what they had learned from their gaming.

We kicked of the initiative by launching a campaign where we showcased gaming characters in real world working environments. Nikolai Lockertsen illustrated a beautiful universe emulating video game art, which we brought to life in short animated sequences. The videos were distributed on twitch, snapchat, facebook, digital boards in the cityscape, and internally at Manpower.

Campaign Website
Registration Form

Illustration: Nikolai Lockertsen
Creative team: Mads Bergstrøm & Marius Handstad
Animation: Per Øyvind Weum & Igor Nilsen
Design: Magnus Lunde Engen & Per Øyvind Weum
Research: Per Øyvind Weum & Runar Wiksnes