Simple example. There are 2 well known stock libraries. One – liberal takes almost all stuff, no upload limits and fair royalties etc. Second much more restrictive, with upload limits, acceptance tests and poor royalties.
They have started from the same level for me. Effect: first one – + 400% income and traffic during last 2 years for me, second one: – -60% during last 2 years.
Conclusion: Fair and open bussiness makes more $ than elite and greedy model.
Boom. Don’t forgot how much money new authors end up spending on the site to support their media…
I’ve probably spent $150 just purchasing other various forms of stock media (and music). I wouldn’t have had I not been an active author.
I about had a heart attack just watching this lol
I have 3 AOC monitors. All are fantastic. Wonderful color and accuracy right out of the box for a non-apple system.
It’s…. so … beautiful.
Can we get a petition going for Envato to make this real?? I would sign.
Here’s a thought, why don’t you build a website that allows the user to determine where the formatting lies for themselves? You know. Create a webpage that runs more like a customizable app. Honestly why is no one doing this?
Let your customer decide how they view your webpage. I mean for God’s sake, certain people never EVER access certain things (or need to). Put a little “edit mode” in. To me, that’s how web design will work in the future. People won’t bitch about how menu’s look, and fonts and where things are because they’ll just fix it for their personal taste.
I will add my 2-cents. I personally am really concerned, you guys are reviewing our work running blog about design & development and you roll out such changes after months of talking about it? For me this is some kind of joke As Doru said it seams that those changes could be made in 2 hours (with testing). As for the “design” itself I wont even start… Thats just my personal opinion. Thanks!
OMG NO IT’S GETTING WORSE :’( WHY IS IT HAPPENING??
Just wondering, but who decided to remove the tabs? Seems like an odd choice for usability as I don’t see an indication of a link there compared to regular text? How would a user know they are links to click? They just look like floating words.. no underlines, nothing around them, not a different color? Jonathan
Honestly, this whole “flatten all the webpage design!” theme running rampant everywhere is doing everyone a major disservice ever since it first started with the crime on humanity that microsoft proposed with their 2013 minimal/flat product UI/UX updates which they pushed like a disfigured 3-legged dog on a skateboard upon a public who probably wondered in concert “what? Is this even a button? WTF am I supposed to click? THE HELL?“
Unless you know exactly what you trying to accomplish, I suggest you put a wide berth between you and flat design. It’s not easy to do right and most companies f**k it up completely. Visual identification is CRITICAL and preventing a user from making an extremely quick judgement on “is this really something that I click that is also grouped with these other UI elements” is simply going to subconsciously piss them off.
The fact that SOO many companies and people are interested in flat design because “hey, that’s what you do now” is one of the more infuriating trends to watch in the general tech industry.
Yeah, I’ve sold like nothing the entire past month