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If you have a penchant for adventure, far flung destinations, and serene natural landscapes, you may have caught Charlie riding his motorbike on this Channel 5 production. We have had the pleasure of working with Team Charlie at Big Earth for the past three years, delivering new websites for each of Charlie’s new adventures across the world.

Big Earth initially approached us in 2010 to launch a new main website for Big Earth Productions, commissioned by Channel 5. They were looking not just for a creative agency who could deliver on this new website, but rather a reliable agency who they could build a lasting and ongoing business relationship with, who could undertake their future projects and complete them to strict deadlines. We have very recently launched their new website for their new series: Extreme Frontiers USA. Our strong relationship and understanding of their business model made Logic Design the ideal choice to represent the new program online.

Our Solution

Since the beginning of our relationship, we have delivered four new websites for Big Earth, for each of their consequent new series.

As a TV production, Big Earth are always looking for interactive, engaging and creative new websites where viewers can go to for sneak previews, highlights and keeping up to date with Charlie’s current adventure. We have achieved this by including lots of video content; social media integration; blogs; photo galleries and truly stunning design.

The Channel 5 production is further financed by large sponsors including the likes of Belstaff; Nobis; BMW; Discover America and EagleRider. It has been very important on every project to have these sponsors embedded into the designs. We have made this into a scrolling banner feature on every Big Earth website which works very effectively for both the overall design of the website and also for Sponsor exposure.