Hi there NCD!
I think it’s a great start!
All you need to do now is to try and find some great tutorials that suit your needs to help you polishing your skills! As themeflame also mentioned, keyphrases are Typography, Hierarchy, Whitespace and a big amount of amor for details (like shadows, textures, effects etc).
I’m sure you can find tutorials in Spanish as well if you Google for them.
Most importantly, never lose hope and your enthusiasm! The world needs people who don’t give up, no matter how hard the way might be.
I am sure you will be able to succeed soon, just keep going and learning! Don’t stress yourself for the contest – keep calm, make sure you teach yourself the important aspects (mentioned above) and you will succeed in the long run.
I wish you all the best!
http://blog.teamtreehouse.com/white-space-in-web-design-what-it-is-and-why-you-should-use-it I’m afraid my Spanish is a bit rusty, so I only got some English ones for you. I hope they help!
Noesgaard saidhow do you know?
you literally have between 200-500 employees if not even more.
215 if you count the tuts+ and envato studio people who have absolutely nothing to do with this forum. If you look through the Envato Market tab and search for “Support” it gives you 20 results, of which not everybody is actually a Support Officer.
This is so far away from 500, I hope you see that now Anyhow, I’m sure you’ll get help soon if you didn’t already.
I believe going to my bank for a dispute has no backlog.
I’m afraid not going the envato support way might (or will) get you banned from themeforest completely since you’re forcing your money back without the agreement of the company. Maybe you want to reconsider that if you want to stay on envato.
All the best and good luck!
this has already been brought up a few times and is being discussed here:http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/faceted-search-has-landed/145183?page=11#1139038
All the best!
Hey guys and girls,
I just found this on 9gag and I wanted to share, knowing that will not be the only one having a good after-work chuckle about it
Disclaimer: It’s just fun!
I don’t know if the rule still stands, but in general if your item is approved in a “lower value” category it’s automatically accepted (near enough, assuming it meets standards) in the higher category. For example, if you get a PSD approved it used to be that you would then have a 99% chance of that being accepted as a HTML theme, as well as a WP/Joomla/eCommerce template etc.
Not sure about the lower value point but PSD is most likely to get accepted as WP, and WP most likely to get accepted as HTML. If an HTML is great it does have great chances for WP.
Looking at Kiev, it might not be unique enough so I don’t think anybody could guarantee the approval in that case, maybe you will receive a soft rejection with the chance to improve it. But give it a shot if WP conversion is something you are comfortable doing
All the best and good luck!
Indeed, definitely check the item comments – sales are not as important tho since flawless, wonderful themes are released regularly and only build their sales over time. So when looking at sales, look at sales compared to release date instead of just overall sales.
All the best and good luck with your project!