How are lawyers and engineers joining forces to innovate and disrupt at the same time? The answer is in visual contracts. Aurecon’s Managing Director for Built Environment John McGuire and Professor Camilla Andersen discuss the complexities of innovation versus risk and the vital role visual contracts can play in engaging people. LISTEN HERE
Andrew Hutchinson, a professor from the University of Cape Town, sits down with John Maytham to talk about Comic Contracts and where they are being used in South Africa. LISTEN TO AUDIO
Creative Contracts features on LeadSA, with founder Robert de Rooy interviewed by Pippa Hudson. LISTEN TO AUDIO
Academics from Western Australia are among the first in the world to try the concept. They’ve developed a comic contract, using cartoon illustrations with balloon script. And in South Africa, a lawyer has developed a legally binding contract that only uses pictures. LISTEN TO AUDIO.
After seeing how people were getting frustrated with contracts and their complex nature, Cape Town lawyer Robert de Rooy started working on making contracts easy to understand. De Rooy has now developed the worlds first contract using pictures to help people better understand what they are agreeing to. LISTEN TO AUDIO