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AddictedToTVPres137 posts since 24 Apr 2013
BBC World
So the BBC UK Channels has been using the same logos for a few years now and I thought it was time for a change.
(IDENTS WILL COME SOON) Logos and menus are already made.
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So I decided to go back to logo basics with the BBC logos but use different fonts for each channel but this is not going to be a repeat of the 90's BBC logo disaster.
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This is the non-gradient version of the logos:
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Here are the explanations of the new BBC TV logos:
BBC One:
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BBC Two:
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BBC Three:
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BBC Four:
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So creating a menu requires (well for me anyway) taking a visit to the BBC website for guides. So, here they are! What I did was I used the font from the BBC TV fonts (e.g One, Two, Three, Four).
BBC One:
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BBC Two:
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BBC Three:
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BBC Four:
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These are the things which pop up at the end of a show promo
BBC One:
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BBC Two:
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BBC Three:
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BBC Four:
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This project is not finished but I wanted to see how I was doing. Fake junction and idents will come soon!
Thanks for viewing!
-mikey88772
dbl8,246 posts since 11 Jun 2004
London London
For your own sake, stop, and read 'The Art Of Mocking'.

1) Gradients used horrendously
2) Jaggered logos and fonts
3) Stretched images
4) Lack of 16:9 safe areas
5) Where's the concept? Can you imagine this on TV?
Last edited by dbl on 8 November 2013 9:48pm
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Critique2,853 posts since 9 Aug 2009
Anglia (East) Look East
As Jonny once said 'this is the level of astuteness we're up against'. Beyond 'this font suits the channel' 'this font looks better': why does it suit it better? Why is this better? And why have you created a gradiented mess which I assume is supposed to be a copy of MDTA's work (although it's insulting to him to even call it a copy)?
Last edited by Critique on 8 November 2013 11:29pm - 2 times in total
623058: it just seems like your an mp3 whore