Here in Spain the situation is very difficult.
With more than 4.7million people unemployed (We are 55 million), the rescue of our banks (some days ago) and the word “Corralito” threatening our money savings (Like it was in Argentina)
Some analitycs say that this will been solved in 2016, so we are really screwed up. 4 years in this situation is too much time and we are going downwards.
Of course Envato is a nice and really welcome help right now.
I see… this is a delicate thing
I prefer photoshop for this kind of tasks, but Its the best for me because Is the only program I use for this kind of works.
This kind of discussions could be infinite, and sometimes you don’t know what to do. I started to use fireworks many years before, and simply I leave it.
I think photoshop its very good for creating banners, entire websites, optimize for web, cut in sectors, and animate gifs, and I never need anything else (next step is flash or dreamweaver). Have Fireworks more options?
Simply I don’t know.
Resuming I choose Photoshop
Like Sherman said, no problem. I think Ive read this case in particular in the therms and conditions. So, no problem
Hey ArtEsfera. Looks like that is not allowed due to © issues:http://notes.envato.com/general/important-envato-content-policy-and-portfolio-review/
Yeah, I understand you. Its a pain.
Think about why you didnt have sales. Or maybe design new things you dont used to.
And this problems will increase while people continue using mobile phones and social networking…
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Recently I received a rejection due to I put some adobe icons (The Psd icon and the Ai icon) on my previews. No problem, I changed those and no more issues, but I used this icons (and other authors) for all my other previews and no rejections occured.
Is this a new rule? Anyone received rejections due to this?
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