Another one I've thought about recently is the presentation for the 'TWO' era BBC Two. Up until April 15, 1989, there was no single slide design, so between the beginning of the 'TWO' era in March 1986, up until April 14th 1989, there were two different slide designs used, one with a black background and a 2D version of the 'TWO' logo, in which the programme image takes over half of the screen, and another with the actual logo on a white background, and then the programme name in a sans serif font, with an image of the programme inside a box with a pink drop shadow;
Then, in February 1989, a third design with the 'TWO' logo and the programme name in a white banner across the bottom of the screen, with 70% of the screen taken up by an image of the programme listed. This only lasted for several weeks;
Finally, on the day of the Hillsborough Disaster in Sheffield, all three previous designs were dropped in favour of the "white ribbon" slide, that featured a smaller 'TWO' logo in the bottom left corner of the screen inside a white ribbon, complete with a fade effect, and the programme name in a white sans serif font in the centre. In which the programme image now takes almost 90% of the screen. This design was used for the remainder of the 'TWO' era.
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