You have to understand that the reviewer is your friend and not your enemy. He just wants you to improve your design, make it more unique, make it stand-out from the rest, and actually, sell more. Always see a rejection a way to improve yourself, not to be frustrated.
Can we see your template?
Congratulations Envato Dev Team!
All of you have done a tremendous job reviewing so many items, giving feedback where it was needed! Thanks for all your efforts!
Happy New Year!
I don’t know about you guys, but I used the “Browse” button a lot on the old YouTube. Do you happen to know if it exists anymore, and where is it located now in the new interface?
@RubenBristian +1 Yes, there are a lot of Orman’s concepts combined.
Themes should define presentation and not content creation.
I ditched shortcodes in my latest two themes, as I realized I’ve been doing it wrong the whole time.
The response from my customers to ditching shortcodes was awesome!
I don’t know about you, but I don’t work on weekends. That’s why I don’t demand reviewers to do the same thing.
You’d be surprised to know that some creative companies out there work 4 days out 7, for 8 hours, and have a better efficiency than the ones working 5 days (or more) out of 7, 10-12 hours a day.
I agree on the fact that we could benefit from more reviewers, as now ThemeForest has huge volume of incoming submissions.