Also if you don't even know what kerning is, you have no business designing graphics until you've learnt what it is you're doing and how you do it.
I'm actually staggered by the fact that he refers to himself as a 'Graphic Designer' but has never heard of the term 'kerning'. Simply mind boggling. So long as you have the passion, a computer and a working internet connection, you
have the ability to do some very, very basic research about the area in which you specialise.
As for your latest attempts James, I'm still not convinced and I do think this is going round and round in circles now. Why on earth do you deserve any feedback when all you've done is simply make a mess of what ITV News uses on screen? These
improvements. They're not even good recreations. There are actually several schoolboy errors in these images - lack of proper alignment and inconsistent font sizes being two highly obvious ones.
If you and your cronies were given proper feedback on how to improve your 'mocks', we'd end up looking at exact replicas of ITV News graphics, which obviously do NOT fall under the category of "mocks".
I haven't heard the term Kerning used before as I clearly said. All software I have used refers to it as Spacing. You don't need to use fancy words for spacing. I'm learning new things every day, like everyone, so don't criticize me for not knowing what kerning means.
As for your comments, you have been very rude. If you don't like my mocks, move away from them. They are mocks yet you expect them to be really professional, TV standard graphics. You haven't given me any feedback since I started so stop criticizing my mocks. DanielK has given me lots of useful feedback, and he is helping me improve. As for you, I'm getting fed up of reading your comments.
And if this falls under the category of a mock, then why are you taking this so seriously. The Gallery on TV Forum isn't just for professionals. Its for people who want to learn.
Last edited by JamesTV on 25 October 2015 6:04pm