Someone Invented A Better Way To Broadcast The World Cup

Dutch designer Guus ter Beek doesn't really like what he sees when he watches watches World Cup games on ESPN, so he and his colleagues went and invented a new, better way to broadcast the games.

From FastCo Design:

"When we have a closer look at ESPN we immediately notice the soft gradients and the black and purple colors not looking very appealing; they are popping in our face and shouting," [ter Beek] says. And ESPN isn't the only one; ter Beek checked out lots of sports channels, and says, "They always had either too much drop shadow, or frivolous elements, and an abundance of gradients." This conceptual design offers something different: flat graphics, bold colors, and a carefully curated emphasis on certain bits of information.

Ter Beek's idea also comes with a variety of icons that can periodically be thrown up on the screen to relay important information:

Someone Invented A Better Way To Broadcast The World Cup

Yeah, I'd definitely watch a lot more soccer if it looked as pretty as this.

[FastCo Design]