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BBC Children in Need On-screen Presentation

Giving the on-screen presentation of BBC's Children In Need a much needed update!

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brioalex Central (East) East Midlands Today
Hi all! I watched Children in Need last night on BBC One and was astounded by the lack of care and attention the BBC give to the brand and identity. The set hasn't changed in what must be about 5 years and the on screen graphics look stale and old now.

The BBC have seriously neglected CiN for years now, it’s in dire need of an update. The on-screen graphics aren't consistent with the Children In Need branding. It actually comes across as, "please donate money to a cause that we (the BBC) clearly don’t care about as much anymore!" It's such a shame.

Anyway, I've sat down this rainy afternoon to create a quick update to the on-screen presentation. Let me know your thoughts. If it's got legs I might take it further and start animating more bits.

Go easy on me, I only spent an hour doing this Very Happy

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Last edited by brioalex on 20 November 2020 8:23pm
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AxG Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Overall, very nice.
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Josh
An hour's work? For this masterpiece?
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brioalex Central (East) East Midlands Today
AxG posted:
Overall, very nice.

Josh posted:
An hour's work? For this masterpiece?

Haha, thanks guys! 😉 Took a little over an hour, the animated DOG took about a third of the time on its own!
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Brekkie Wales Wales Today
Looks nice, though the symbol at the end of a drawn line gives me flashbacks. Also you've completely ignored the text element so what would you use for that?
Turns out nobody had 2020 vision.
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brioalex Central (East) East Midlands Today
Looks nice, though the symbol at the end of a drawn line gives me flashbacks. Also you've completely ignored the text element so what would you use for that?


Thanks man! I was basically just playing around with a line draw animation for the DOG. I deliberately left out the text element just to show how the line would animate in and out for one example. If I take it any further I’ll probably create a full version with all the content of the current DOG. 😊
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fanoftv Central (West) Midlands Today
Wonderful work!
It freshens up the TV brand and most importantly links it to the campaign, I wonder if similar would have been done if it weren’t for the pandemic.

All in all a wonderful uniting of the brands, especially the animation!
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DMc Central Reporting Scotland
This looks fantastic. A well-spent rainy afternoon.

Superb effort. Would love to see any more designs if you were to continue this on.
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DeMarkay London London
Look who took my advice Wink . Nice Work!
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brioalex Central (East) East Midlands Today
Wonderful work!
It freshens up the TV brand and most importantly links it to the campaign, I wonder if similar would have been done if it weren’t for the pandemic.

All in all a wonderful uniting of the brands, especially the animation!


DMc posted:
This looks fantastic. A well-spent rainy afternoon.

Superb effort. Would love to see any more designs if you were to continue this on.


Thanks guys! Really appreciate your feedback. If I get another rainy day I’ll do some more bits for CiN 😊
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brioalex Central (East) East Midlands Today
Look who took my advice Wink . Nice Work!


Haha, I just couldn’t help myself after seeing what the BBC put out on Friday! 😁
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AlfieMulcahy Meridian (South East) South East Today
Hi all! I watched Children in Need last night on BBC One and was astounded by the lack of care and attention the BBC give to the brand and identity. The set hasn't changed in what must be about 5 years and the on screen graphics look stale and old now.

The BBC have seriously neglected CiN for years now, it’s in dire need of an update. The on-screen graphics aren't consistent with the Children In Need branding. It actually comes across as, "please donate money to a cause that we (the BBC) clearly don’t care about as much anymore!" It's such a shame.

Anyway, I've sat down this rainy afternoon to create a quick update to the on-screen presentation. Let me know your thoughts. If it's got legs I might take it further and start animating more bits.

Go easy on me, I only spent an hour doing this Very Happy

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That is brilliant. And so much better than they used. It's also inkeeping with their pin badges and website which felt like a different organisation this year.
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