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When learners need to understand avoiding situations that can be classified as corrupt practices they have to be engaged tightly. Apparatus’ instructional design and courseware development for Foreign Corrupt Practices Act was based on the paparazzi newsgathering.
Project Instructional Design and Development
Client Content Enablers. Great Falls, VA
Objective To design and develop an engaging courseware on International Trade Arms Regulation.
Scope To define the instructional strategy, to design the instructional model, visual design, navigation model, interaction design and a integrate the courseware.

Gotcha! The Anti-Bribery and Boycotts Course gives the learner a basic understanding of the United States laws against bribing foreign government officials and against complying with foreign boycotts. It will also alert them to certain types of foreign laws that may apply to transactions in international trade.

Team Apparatus created a mood board of related visual clues and reached the paparazzi newsgathering as the key concept. The devices were borrowed from articles in tabloids, television news editing and paparazzi style rendering in (mob) movies. The eventual courseware was an intelligently structured three part drama with scoops, scandals, crosswords and more.

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The Anti bribery course homepage introducing, Max Blanca - The Compliance Detective. The Key Concepts illustrated in tabloid style. The compliance training content spread out as real life scenarios. Interactive elements like the comic strip and the crossword designed to keep the user engaged.
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