Acquiring knowledge visually and
playfully through a web app

WindNODE

Order situation

How is it possible to introduce the public to the topic of energy in a playful way? How can children, adolescents and young adults in particular develop a stronger relationship to electricity consumption and supply, to the functions of power plants or to the way regenerative energy works? – The best and easiest way, of course, is to approach these topics as playfully as possible! The solution: We develop games that promote the level of knowledge of their participants on the aforementioned contents and thus make them as “accessible” as possible.

Project order

  • Basic development of three browser-based games that can be played directly on the WindNODE website
  • Credible introduction of concrete energy issues
  • Packaging in a design that is as lively as possible and animates younger audiences in particular
  • Involvement of programmers from a partner agency for successful implementation

Result

Those responsible at WindNODE were extremely happy with the implementation we designed!

The customer

The WindNODE joint project was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) between January 2017 and March 2021 as part of the “Schaufenster intelligente Energie – Digitale Agenda für die Energiewende” (SINTEG) funding programme. During this period, more than 70 partners, companies and institutions alike, worked on solutions for one hundred percent regenerative, intelligent energy systems.

Project order

  • Basic development of three browser-based games that can be played directly on the WindNODE website
  • Credible introduction of concrete energy issues
  • Packaging in a design that is as lively as possible and animates younger audiences in particular
  • Involvement of programmers from a partner agency for successful implementation

Result

Those responsible at WindNODE were extremely happy with the implementation we designed!

The WindNODE joint project was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) between January 2017 and March 2021 as part of the “Schaufenster intelligente Energie – Digitale Agenda für die Energiewende” (SINTEG) funding programme. During this period, more than 70 partners, companies and institutions alike, worked on solutions for one hundred percent regenerative, intelligent energy systems.

Brand personalities

B2B and B2C – from A to Z

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