That’s not a premium template. Sorry mate You have to focus on very design basis before moving any further.
Because most of buyers are not objective and has no expertise it this area.
Please note that I’m NOT saying “buyers are stupid and unprofessional”. I’m saying that it requires keen eye end lots of experience in this particular area to review items properly.
E.g.: first 3 or 4 items of mine were hard (really hard ) rejected, though I’m running a design studio since mid 2000’th
If you prefer your phone as primary sexual partner – go for Android – you’ll have to make LOTS of love with it
( just trolling )
Yay to bells and whistles!
@ChapterThemes, lets not pretend you do not understand what I’m talking about. And also lets not hypothesize. There’s a strict rule:
For example you cannot use an Apple or McDonalds logo, even if you have recreated it, photographed it, or altered it.
@aleluja, @pixelentity I’m not talking about photos and risks to authors. I’m saying that reviewers are ignoring obvious copyright infringement when people are using [well known] companies logos on homepages of their theme demos.
Quality of items? Honoring rules and intellectual property?
I guess nobody give a f*ck to copyright infringement on ThemeForest these days… ok.
Recently I’m noticing more and more registered trademarks and logos in themes previews. But this is strictly prohibited: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/112
The item must NOT include any brand names, logos or trademarks. – For example you cannot use an Apple or McDonalds logo, even if you have recreated it, photographed it, or altered it. You cannot use a photo of a watch if the brand name of the watch is legible.
I understand that reviewers cannot know which images are copiraghted. But guys, you really pretend that you do not know how Apple or Universal logo looks?
Why should conscientious authors put time and efforts in honoring Envatos requirements when many others do not?