Title Moores Media name/outlet Moores Country/Territory Australia Date 23/08/18 Description Moores provides a reviews of instances where visual contracting has been used and the organisations that support the innovative move from written contracting. In addition, like many other authors, Moores writes about complications that may arise when adopting visual contracting and scepticism by organisations such as the ACTU who state that it is ' risky for an employer to rely on a visual employment contract'. However, Moores writes that visual contracting may have a significant role in the community sector where trust is the primary factor in the relationships between contracting parties.
In particular, Moores writes that visual contracting may have special use in:
organisation in the community sector where clients are 'not regular users of formal written contracts, have low literacy rates or disabilities, speak English as a second language or are time poor'; or
organisations who work with children since visual contracts are more aligned with common communication methods between the younger generation (i.e emojis, gifs and pictures).
URL https://www.moores.com.au/news-and-events/ Persons Camilla Baasch Andersen
- comic contracting
- legal design
- contract law