Now as you will be able to see there is no mock here, not yet. (I've done this before, so it is not unusual.)
No, it is still unusual.
Unlike my original MTV mock, I will say what the mock is in advance, the mock will be a Good Morning Britain mock (cue the sighs).
But rather than me giving you my idea of how the graphics should look, I want to create this mock as TV Forum's vision of Good Morning Britain, that way it makes you feel as part of the mock.
This will be a recreation of the current graphics but I will tweak them based on what you suggest. I have already taken some ideas that have been suggested by other members in the Good Morning Britain thread.
So I want to ask, how would you improve Good Morning Britain's format or graphics.
I hope that you reply.
Thank You for reading, P.A.T.V.
Much as I admire your willingness to take on board others' feelings, the idea is for you to create your own ideas or changes, then listen to feedback, then revise/improve on your efforts, etc. If your previous 'collaborative' mock has not gone in the direction you wanted, what makes you think that this one won't evolve into the same big mushy mess?
I think the general consensus is that Good Morning Britain's graphics are the least of its worries, but that the tweaks made since its launch have been pointless and unnecessary. So all I can foresee you doing is simply recreating what they use on-screen at the moment, only for other members to point out that in order for you to improve them in any way, you must reintroduce the extra bits and pieces used at launch. Therefore the end result will be a recreation of Good Morning Britain's original graphics package, which - if we wanted to look at it - can be seen through screencaps posted online. So it's all very much a pointless exercise IMO.
I'd say try and link GMB to ITV News a tad more. ITV News is a well known, respected brand and that's what GMB has the potential to become if it creates a strong link with ITV News.
There is already a connection with ITV News with the use of the logo in the ticker and on the sidebar graphics. You're in cloud cuckoo land if you think changing the branding YET AGAIN will result in Good Morning Britain becoming less derided than it already is.
I wish people would stop complaining about GMB mocks. If some people don't like GMB related mocks, then why do they follow their temptation to click the mock and (in some cases) reply to the thread. The current GMB graphics aren't the best which is why so many mockers try to improve them.
If there isn't anything particularly wrong with Good Morning Britain's current graphics - and I can't say I've seen a single mock on here since the programme launched that improves on what they currently use - then why on earth should people stop complaining?