Pig5 is a consultant for the accounting firm that audits our books. He's in the I.T practice and gets his assignments from the accounting practice that is already well entrenched in their customers' businesses.
He comes from a wealthy family, has an ivy league degree, and got the job because his father is a partner in another division. His purpose in life is to bill the maximum number of hours at the highest rate so that his bosses maximize their bonuses. It doesn't matter what he does or how well he does it, only that his time sheets are full.
He has never actually done anything. The only thing he knows about building software, running projects, or getting things done is from his firm's literature, training, and laptop tools. He spends most of his time copying boilerplate documents from Sharepoint to Confluence and back, stopping only to change the company logo and team member names. Then he files status reports saying that no one but he is doing their still undefined job. Every project ends in failure, but that doesn't matter because there are hundreds more prospects ready for the picking from the accounting practice customer list.
Pig5 is drawn with 21 rectangles, each with a border and some with rounded corners or slanted angles.
These rectangles are described by data stored as arguments that are converted by software into HTML that your browser displays as pictures.
Here are Pig5's arguments: