First Whiteboard Explainer video published

Today I published my first Whiteboard Explainer Video. I’m happy with the results and I think it is a much better video to explain the oncept of the High Level Strucuture than the old video.


In a next post I will explain the process to create this video, outsourcing almost everything with Fiverr. Now I just want to share the result and the landingpage for the viewers. Reminds me that I still need to put a link in the end of the video…

to be continued.

Framework for Management System Standards

Currently two developments are interesting sharing.

hls screenFirst is the roll out of the information portal which will serve as wiki page explaining the High Level Structure. The HLS is so essential because it is the new framework for management system standards. Now the site show a youtube video I recorded about a year ago. We are working on a update to convert it into an whiteboard explainer video.

Second is the development of, now open for subscription.

So, this was a quick short message, but I think it is important to keep you up to date…

Mindmap and Youtube Video Channel

Last week I’ve uploaded two new video’s. In the first video, I explain How and why I use a Mindmap to set the outline for my youtube channel content. In this Mindmap video, I found four key themes that lead to Online Software for Environmental Business. For each topic I created a separate playlist and one playlist to list all the video’s together.

High Level Structure

The second video is about the new ISO High Level Structure. An interpretation of the Annex SL were the new default structure for standards is presented. Here I show the basics of the PLUGIN model for Environmental, Quality and Health & Safety Standards.

YouTube Channel

Please subscribe to my YouTube channel for videos related with Environment, Business, Software- and Web- Development. The following video’s are new this week;

This week Stats

  • Channel video’s: 7
  • Play lists: 5
  • Subscribers: 3
  • Total views: 103
  • Most views per video: 30
  • Running: Swimming: 15 lines