Channel 4’s cult betting show Banzai will boast revised interactive interface design when the new series goes on-air on Wednesday, created by Airside, in conjunction with interactive TV specialist Strategy & Technology. The show lets viewers bet on the outcome of bizarre stunts via their remote controls. The interactive element, which is only available on digital terrestrial television, sends viewers messages as to whether they were right or wrong and keeps a tally of their scores.
The new identity is built around the notion of “Welsh spirit” and features an updated dragon design inspired by “chiselled rock and slate”.
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The updated visual identity, including a logo and campaign, looks to “reposition the educational charity verbally and put it back on the map visually”.