Dribbble: you have to be invited to post your work but you can join and follow others without being invited. You don’t have to be a pro to post work – normal and pro users both get 24 shots a month to post.
Being a pro ($20~ year) gets you a handful of perks, like full stats and hire-me status etc.
Best place to learn what Dribbble is and how it works is their FAQ : http://dribbble.com/site/faq
Give me a shout if anyone would like to know more about it! I’m on Dribbble here http://dribbble.com/JackHowell
Plus, quality is subjective. What might seem high quality to you might look low quality to a reviewer. Possibly out of frustration authors are uploading more in an attempt to ‘scatter shot’ their chances of approval (thus choking the review queue).
It’s tricky to say outright ‘stop uploading low quality stuff’ if the person responsible doesn’t identify it as such.
Edit: +1 to what JamiGibbs said above.
JackHowell saidyou are confusing me now
Updates don’t get the same exposure as new files
Sorry, I meant if you were to delete your old file and upload a brand new fresh version it would appear on the home page.
If you update an existing file like bgm said then yes your file would get updated but it wouldn’t appear on the home page like a new item would.
Why not consider doing a major awesome updated version of your file and uploading it but keeping the old one on GR – don’t delete it at all. Then add a message to the bottom of your v1 files description saying something like “hey, like this? Check out version 2 here! [link]”. Least, that’s what I do.
Name and group – exactly what you’re doing.
As long as the file is tidy, easy to navigate (layers in the right order etc) and you have structured it so it’s easy to take apart then that should be spot on for review.
I don’t think there is any special treatment for UI elements as it is likely you will use/interact with everything in the PSD . Flyers, however, tend to have key bits of information that need to be easy to edit so they tend to be grouped together – this means a buying doesn’t have to drill down through tons of folders to edit the content (as they might not have the expertise to do so).