Channel 5 has launched a redesigned version of its website, created by digital branding consultancy Wax New Media Agency. The site is an attempt to move away from ‘traditional’ TV sites towards an entertainment portal and reflects the ‘fun and irreverent values of Channel 5’. The website has nine categories representing the programme range of the channel. Wax managing director James Ghani says, ‘The [previous] website never featured a single image of its on-air programming. Channel 5 recognised that viewers want a reflection of the channel’s output and focused its content on that.’
The new look for the two leagues has been developed by Turquoise branding studio, and will be used across broadcast, communications, stadiums and more.
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Design studio Koto has rebranded the social media platform – intended for those aged between 12-25 – with a focus on community.
The work is part of a £30 million project to restore the castle, and includes six new galleries, an outdoor interpretation and two immersive experiences.