The Movie Show on ITV2

The Movie Show on ITV2 Endboard

ITN Productions were commissioned to relaunch the The Movie show. Hosted by film critic James King the show is a round-up of new film releases featuring interviews with Hollywoods A-list, The idea was to create opening sequence inspired by Hollywood. The sequence is an explosion of colours and light which resolve around cinema signage which […]

The Royal Wedding

Creating the overall look for ITVs coverage of The Royal Wedding. The Brief was to come up a solution which would work across the network on Daybreak, This Morning, ITV News and and feel traditional yet accessible. In the UK, 5.3m tuned in to the programme hosted by Julie Etchingham was a huge success […]

ITV Election 2010

For ITV Election 2010 it was important that the information graphics were clear and easy to understand. For the centrepiece of the studio we created a 20ft virtual wall. Complex election data was then simplified into some key graphics on the night, including a The Election Battleground which was controlled by the Julie Etchingham via […]

Leadership Lab

The design and art direction of Leadership lab, a series polling constituents in Buckingham using the idea of science land chemical compounds as inspiration Tweet

News at Ten Rebrand (2008)

After a 6 year hiatus ITV relaunched News at Ten which saw the return of Trevor McDonald. ITV wanted a design which would brought back the heritage and authority of News at Ten, but which also gave the news a gravitas and sense of modernity. The opening titles were based on the original 1992 titles. […]

The Shot That Shook The World

Graphics for countdown programme, celebrating 50 years of News on ITV, hosted by sir Trevor McDonald Design and Art Direction: Kojo Boateng 3D: James Greenslade Tweet

The Shot that Shook the World

The design and art-direction for The Shot that Shook the World, celebrating 50 years of news on ITV. Archive news footage was incorporated into on-screen packaging, the virtual studio and the imploding countdown. Tweet