No problem buddy! Good luck!
You cant change the idem category from the edit page. You should open a ticked to envato to change the category to print templates/flyer/events. I don’t think you can have more then one category for your item like flyer like flyer/events/concert and in the same time flyer/event/club and parties.
You go to that item page click on the edit the you click on the choose file and upload a new preview file. Then you select that image in the Image Preview field. You also should add a comment for the reviewer in the field from the bottom of the page mentioning the changes you made. Your file will then be reviewed.
I’ve noticed that too. Those likes displayed on the item page also includes the shares, so maybe there is a mechanism used by envato to promote the items with shares… don’t know its just a guess.
I’m in! Lets do this!!
What do you guys think about the groups? Which one you think is the most disputed? I think group D is pretty balanced.
But there’s something… If reviewers take time to check all files if they are stolen or copied… the queue will be longer and then… authors will be angry again at reviewers…
Suggestion for Envato… Maybe a violation button (flag button) can be placed under each items on the marketplace and when something is clearly a theft… this button can be clicked and then a violation form can be display and a quick action can be taken by envato support. In this case here… it doesn’t take 4 years of university to see that its a theft of item…
Sorry for my english guys… hope its a bit clearCheers
Good idea! There could be a report button with some option like: copied design with a possibility to provide a link, low quality item with a field where you can provide an explanation why you reported it, copyright infringement and again a field where you can provide a link.
So I understand that the reviewers are overwhelmed by the large amount of submissions but please let us help. Make it easy to us to protect our work and to report situations like this without having to open tickets which took a very long time to be processed.
Here some easy to pair fonts combinations:
- Oswald + Ubuntu
- Steelfish _ Source Sans Pro
- Ubuntu Titling + Open Sans
- Abraham Lincoln + Oswald
- Blanch + Intro Free font + Oswald
- Code + Myriad Pro
- BP Diet + Oswald
- Muncie + Steelfish
- Trajan Pro + Oswald
I have some flyers done but with the typo part not finished yet. I will give a try to your font combinations to see how they go. Oh, and oswald font looks awesome I don’t know how i have missed it until now.
I don?t think I will have time for holiday this summer… to much to work with my full time job, freelancing career and college. So I will be here all summer
Probably you should use a solid color for those triangles. Also some of the views have to much text in there, like the first image after the cover from your preview, I would go with a more minimal and clean text layout, something like in the image under it on the second page. Also the fonts used for headers and for the rest of the text dont really match. I know that is popular to combine a serif header typeface with a serif body typeface but in your brochure I dont know if it was the best idea. So probably you should try another font for the body.
Another suggestion which is not related to the design. You used there a magazine mock-up but your item is a bifold brochure not ideal as you might confuse the customers and you will get some poor ratings