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JetixFann450485 posts since 25 Mar 2013
STV Central Reporting Scotland
So I wanted to create a menu based on the way BBC advertises it's other channels (on billboards and on buses, they don't use the BBC logo on the channel logos. BBC Sport does the same principle) as it doesn't need multiple BBC logos to show you what you are watching.

I have basically taken the principle of this and implemented it into the cross-channel menu.
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If it's one channel's schedule:
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If you missed an episode of a show...
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Last edited by JetixFann450 on 26 December 2018 5:08pm - 2 times in total
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LewisS (previously TheLewisS) 59 posts since 28 Aug 2018
Central (West) Midlands Today
Looks great so far. The BBC1 one could perhaps use the red velvety background they use on trailer endboards

I agree with Warbler,

Looks great so far. The BBC1 one could perhaps use the red velvety background they use on trailer endboards

I couldn't find the velvety background anywhere on the internet, so I used a basic Red background.

but maybe a generic similar one would work?
Joe6,482 posts since 9 Oct 2005
Meridian (South) South Today
I'm afraid I just find this messy. The lines and blocks break up the canvas, it somehow doesn't feel well aligned (even though I think it is) and it just seems very busy. I can see you've tried, and actually I don't think it's entirely your fault, it's just indicative of the BBC's branding. I could imagine a similar template looking far better with ITV's equivalents. A bit more work and you may get there.
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