Who said retirement had to be boring?

Certainly not Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell and the team at the Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC).

The CFFC has enlisted the help of 60’s icons Ken & Barbie and ‘friends’ to talk retirement and highlight the findings of the CFFC’s review of New Zealand’s retirement policies through an interactive dream house.

There is a lot to discover in the Toys Talk Retirement interactive video.  Citizen’s favourite topic is ‘Who Pays for What’… yes you know that familiar feeling when the bill arrives and everyone has already left, in particular those baby boomers?!  View Toys Talk Retirement embedded on the CFFC’s site here.

 

 

 

Nice trophy cabinet…

Citizen’s interactive technology partner WIREWAX has had another great year on the awards circuit scooping up numerous accolades as its users and partners continue to create some of the industry’s most creative interactive videos across the globe.

WIREWAX has its second gold award from the PromaxIBDA Awards in as many years, this time for our collective work on the interactive Shortland Street trailer for TVNZ. The Cynopsis Model D Digital Awards giving WIREWAX the top prize for Best Video Technology Platform beating technology powerhouses Adobe and Kaltura. And arguably the most prestigious of them all, winning a BAFTA for Best Interactive Original for WIREWAX’s work with Zodiak on the BBC’s interactive series, Secret Life of Boys.