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HarryBNF (previously BBC News Fix) 1,989 posts since 1 Nov 2013
Another brilliant mock!
All great, the lower thirds are a bit too bland for my liking but still nice and improvement with what there is now. What would you do for website and LIVE graphics? Full screen graphics?

All great but not too keep on the simple animation for the end board of the titles.
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Tantusar21 posts since 13 Oct 2013
BBC World
This makes me very happy. If I had to make criticisms, the lower third text seems a little close to the bottom of the screen, and the ITV bug is too close to the top of the lower third when the lower third has a good amount of text. With that in mind, 4/5.
Of course, what do I know? I'm an Aussie.
fanoftv7,169 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
Brilliant work as always Lee.

I love the subtle swipes and I like the lower thirds.

I do feel that the titles work better with the News At Ten music. Something like that could have been implemented to differentiate the programme whilst keeping it close to the ITV News branding.
Lee1,508 posts since 16 Sep 2003
Anglia (East) Look East
Brilliant work as always Lee.

I love the subtle swipes and I like the lower thirds.

I do feel that the titles work better with the News At Ten music. Something like that could have been implemented to differentiate the programme whilst keeping it close to the ITV News branding.


I actually tried with both and felt the main ITV News music worked better, but uploaded the NAT theme for some variety. Having said that I do like the end of the titles on the NAT version.

With other comments regarding the lower thirds, I wanted to go as low as possible. I think the BBC News channel actually goes a little lower with it's ticker?

I wanted to scale back, de-clutter, simplify, etc. I wanted to remove a ticker from the equation and make use of that space. I know they do wheel out the ticker on occasion, but as a news programme rather than rolling news channel I didn't want to clutter up the screen with lots of information, I also feel the existing 2-line graphic does a good enough job on it's own.

I'll expand on this and do more if I can.
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