Having read the article, I agree with the sentiment but I think it could have been more concise. Using so many video examples and describing each one of them in detail is unnecessary IMO, I would have chosen a few particularly bad ones to make my point. I would have made the tone a little less serious, but that's just me. But I'm glad we have someone doing a blog about this kind of stuff, I've often wanted to do one myself but I end up hating everything I write.
You do wonder how so many inconsistencies and different versions can exist, when other broadcasters manage to be consistent and use the same template each time. Perhaps it's because BBC Two's endboards are a bit more complex with multiple animations to choose from.