Network A is a multi-platform action sports entertainment channel that was first launched as part of the YouTube Original Channel Initiative. With 287 million global video views and 1.7 million global subscribers, the network was ranked at various points as the fastest growing action sports collective on YouTube and also ranked in the top 1% of all YouTube channels.
I led this branding and overall design effort as part of Network A's evolution to a stand-alone (multi-platform) branded video entertainment channel during its official re-launch as networka.com.  This involved, in part, web, social, mobile, video and promotional components. 
From surfing to drifting to BMX, Network A brings fans exclusive coverage of the aspirational culture of action sports, delivered across all platforms, to all screens.  This new design helped convey the network's unique identity and personality and also allowed for future expansion to merchandise, non-video content, experiential, events and beyond.
Creative Direction | Strategy | Branding | Design | Content Development

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