BHT Design was recently commissioned to provide a video and website for the local version of the national Justice for All campaign.Under Government proposals people on low incomes will no longer receive free help with legal problems until they reach crisis point. BHT has joined forces with Mind, Age Concern, Citizens Advice Bureau and many more in a bid to prevent what they believe is a short-sighted move.
We provided a website with a built in petition and accompanying content management system. The central focus of the site was an embedded feedback video. People who had benefited both themselves and society through accessing legal aid were interviewed about the positive impact of this help and what they thought would have happened to them if it hadn’t been available.
There was a very tight turnaround for this project, and BHT Design had three weeks to produce both the film and the website, providing both well within budget and deadline date.
What made the film such a success was our previous experience in working with clients of services and producing client involvement films. People with varying issues were made to feel at ease and fed back that they’d really enjoyed the experience of being interviewed.
You can visit the website here, watch the film and even sign the petition.