This is the description page for the idents of Disney Channel International from 18 January 2014 to early 2017 (except South Korea, Russia and India).
On 18 January 2014, the German version of Disney Channel became available on free-to-air terrestrial television. The channel also launched a new, overhauled logo design, which focused on the "Disney" script with the Mickey Mouse head shape on the dot above the i and the "CHANNEL" text below the script. The US network later adopted the logo on 27 May 2014.
The idents and graphics are designed through a joint venture between the design agencies Royale and BDA Creative Munich. The new idents feature everyday scenes of children around the world with the Disney Channel logo drawing itself on the screen. The series of bumpers that featured Disney celebrities continue to be used by the network, this time with the current logo.
Rating disclaimers (Used in Southeast Asia only)
- Adweek - Here Is Your First Look at the New Disney Channel Logo
- BDA Creative - Disney Channel Case Study
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Disney Channel International Idents
| First Idents (1995-1997) | Red and Blue (1997-1999) | Circles (1999-2003) | Bounce/Ribbon (2003-2011) | Smartphone Logo (2010-2014) | Glass Age Wordmark Logo (2014-2019) | Graffiti Age Wordmark Logo (2017-present, Europe, Middle East and Africa only) | Social Media Age Wordmark Logo (2017-present, USA, Canada, Latin America, Oceania and Southeast Asia only) | Item Age Wordmark Logo Idents (2019-present, USA, Latin America, Oceania, Southeast Asia and Japan only)