National Geographic Channel: Site Redesign

The National Geographic Channel is giving visitors an interactive view of its daily programming schedule with its newly relaunched site developed by Behavior Design.

The New York-based firm gives the venerable brand's cable net

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The National Geographic Channel is giving visitors an interactive view of its daily programming schedule with its newly relaunched site developed by Behavior Design.

The New York-based firm gives the venerable brand's cable network a robust web facelift. Improvements include letting you take a closer look at Nat Geo's TV schedule grid via drag n' drop videos that preview each program. Here, you can also fluidly navigate airdates, show descriptions and the various video links, which are also embeddable. The new TV guide format is complemented by over 800 videos and 2000+ images from NGC shows already built in and expanded blogging capabilities for network staples including Dog Whisperer, Explorer, America’s Port and the NGC Blog.


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Date
May 08, 2008
Client:
National Geographic Channel
Website:
Behavior Design
Project Lead:
Chris Fahey
Creative Director:
Jeff Piazza
Project Manager:
Heidi Lobecker
Project Manager:
Al Johnsen
Information Architect:
Christopher Harrington
Information Architect:
Ryan Hanau
Visual Design Lead:
Chris Geiser
Visual Designer:
Matthew Armendariz
Design Technology Lead:
Daniel Hovey
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