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A new look for the BBC's digital services

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Chris Jones Chris Jones | 11:46 UK time, Wednesday, 17 February 2010

1997.jpgOver at the BBC Internet blog both the blog's editor, Paul Murphy, and Seetha Kumar - Director of Future Media & Technology - have been posting about the BBC Online Suppliers Design Expo. Meanwhile, Bronwyn Van Der Merwe, the Head of BBC Design and User Experience has written comprehensively about a visual redesign of the BBC's digital services.

It's a fascinating insight into the creative proces that goes into rolling out a new look for the BBC online presence, as well as revealing that not only has the BBC Design and User Experience department been working with the legend who was art director of the Face in its peak years but that even way back in 1997 About The BBC was an integral part of the Corporation's web offering! (see pic above)

To read the posts and comment visit the BBC Internet blog

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