How do the titles reflect the program? You’ve said it’s a light magazine program, but the titles seem to be a better fit for a business program. The ‘Sunday Live’ logo is also too formal for the format you’ve described. The music doesn’t suit a light Sunday format either. The coloured bar in the logo is also not an equal length, it needs to be centralised.
Hi there Aaron,
Thanks for your comments.
I’ve chosen these shots as they are bright and summery and depict what Londoner’s do on weekends.
I said that it is a
LIVE Magazine Show
Hence the name
The music I’ve chosen fits the titles best and also the fx on the screen through the halfway point.
I haven’t made the coloured bar centralised as I feel, as the creator, it looks nice visually and is a bit quirky, just like Channel 4 - Who don’t take themselves too seriously.
Firstly, I’d like to point out that I have given up my time to comment on your work. Therefore, I certainly don’t appreciate your rudeness and your poor attitude. If you don’t want your work to be critiqued, don’t ask for feedback.
I am fully aware you said it was a ‘live’ magazine show as opposed to a ‘light’ one. However, in your original post you describe the show as featuring cooking, performances and chat. These are generally considered to be ‘light’ features, hence my comment. You did not have to differentiate the difference between ‘live’ and ‘light’, and certainly did not have to put the respective words in bold.
As for the mock itself, the footage simply does not represent London at the weekend. The footage shows the exact opposite — people going to work as if it was a weekday. As PATV points out, the ‘glitching’ effect has no real relevance to the program you’ve described.
The off-centre bar doesn’t look nice visually and doesn’t look quirky, it simply looks like a rushed mistake.