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  • Damian
    Damian
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    I dont know where I gotthe idea for these, but earlier today i was sitting there watching the start of neighbours an a thought cam into my head, so i come up with these…. I couldnt find any suitible nice or slick looking font so I just used the same as what they have now.

    I think they would work well on tv even if it wasnt good on sky news, although lots more work could be done of them if i put my head down bum up. What do you think. Should I continue on with this set?

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    Geordieboi
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    i like them!
    particularly like the curved edging on the skynews logo box and the clock. personally not sure about the light blue shading on the background of the straps etc as i always liked the current red and blue, but that’s just personal choice. but other than that, yeah i like em!

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    One of the best Sky News mocks I have seen for a while. However, concentrating all the information – logo, straps, live banner, clock etc along the bottom could make it look too clustered on screen, particularly with the ticker moving. Particularly with the colours and small logo, it looks like a business channel.

    Overall – nice effort, but im never gonna love it. because it is a redesign on what we already have – and I dont like that. It doesnt compare to Sky News circa 1996.

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    Great Mocks

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