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The BBC’s in-house design team has won plaudits at the Webbie and Lovie Awards for the redesign of several of its websites. The BBC has been undergoing a digital redesign programme over the past couple of years, with the aim of making its websites more cohesive. This has involved redesigns of the news and sport websites and, most recently, an overhaul of its radio station websites. As part of this programme, the BBC is using a visual language system that was developed by Neville Brody’s Research Studios. It also works with a number of consultancies on this and other projects through a roster system.

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