“Making the Call: Quality in Biomanufacturing,” is an interactive educational tool designed to teach viewers what it’s really like to work in the highly-regulated world of biomanufacturing. Through a series of video vignettes, you can step into the shoes of three different employees at a fictional manufacturer, and follow your character through his or her work routine. Along the way, you’ll make make real-world choices on the job, and immediately see the consequences of each decision. Your success or failure as a technician changes depending on the path you choose—providing an up-close sense of what it’s like to be on the front lines at a biotech firm.
This series was created for the National Science Foundation, and is aimed at students and young technicians at the start of their career. As series producer, I created each story line and scenario, crafted the interactive framework, wrote the 275-page script, and worked with expert consultants to fine-tune it for accuracy.
You can see the entire interactive (and view supplemental material) at the link below.