Awesome, the responsive layout looks and works great
Hey Calin, thanks for the update!
I’ve been following Envato on Google+ (my favorite platform) and overall it looks good, but there are quite a few things that could be improved. Since I’m very active on Google+ (via my personal profile), I’d be happy to provide feedback and some practical tips to help make the page a lot better, so feel free to get in touch if you’d like!
Well here’s my avatar through the ages. Quite funny to look at these now, since I was learning graphic design as I went along. On the left are the oldest ones. No consistent style at all.
Wow Martin, your avatar has completely transformed through the years! Really cool to see. I think your current one is the best by far.
and btw, good idea with the way you shared the avatar images in a row, I probably should have shared it that way too
I actually like your first one (with the triangles / play-sign) the most. Didn’t make it on your screenshot, though.
Oh cool, thanks Tobi. I think you’re actually referring to my personal logo
That’s the one I initially registered with when I created my envato account 4 years ago. But ever since I started selling templates I used Amigo Productions.
And old version -
Almost always video tutorials, most of them with voice guidance (i.e. not only screen cast).
And I also upload the tutorial & help file to my website.
Hey all! I was searching the forums to find one of my posts and as I was scrolling down the page I noticed how much my logo changed throughout the years I’ve been on envato.
Changing a logo too frequently is never a good idea, but in my case I think Amigo’s logo has really developed into something much better looking and I’m actually really happy with the current (final) design. I don’t think I’ll ever change it again…
Anyways, here’s the screenshot that got me thinking and eventually sharing this post
If you’d like to share a screenshot of your own logo evolution, search for your username in the forum, hover over your thumbnail and then click on Threads started
Recent changes to the Envato platform and several unique sales yesterday really got me thinking about the items analytics again. Here’s the story…
Yesterday I had 3 sales in a time frame of three hours:
First item: 1 extended sale, 1 regular sale (two hours after the extended sale). Interesting fact: the last time this item was sold was over 2 weeks ago.
Second item: 1 regular sale (40 minutes after the extend sale of item 1)
Thanks to the new statements structure, now is the first time I’m able to get some basic information about my buyers (probably the only good thing about all the recent changes).
According to the invoices, the 3 buyers were from separate countries. But thing is – that’s all I know. And that’s the reason I’m raising this thread again.
It would be some much more helpful and powerful if I would know where those buyers actually came from. Was it because someone influential shared my item on twitter? Was my item featured in a blog post? Was it shared on Facebook at the exact time? Did traffic come in via an Adwords campaign? Or was it just a random coincidence?
If I’d known the sources of where my buyers came from, I could invest more time and money into those specific sources.
Doesn’t this all make sense? Am I the only non-elite author who’s really really keen on seeing Google Analytics stats for my items?