Update: It looks like people with AdBlock running will sometimes have images not show up for them when they browse the site. We can’t pinpoint when or how it happens, AdBlock has its own way of flagging images it won’t display (perhaps because your items are web banners?), but I’ve instructed the team to check their browser settings the next time they review
Thanks for your patience and understanding.
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I took a look at your preview image source files and they are indeed 590px wide. Can you tell me if you’re saving the items to have a .jpg extension? I can’t think of a reason why they won’t work, but I’ve noticed a few that aren’t showing up properly.
I’m going to contact one of our developers to find out whats going on. I’ll contact you via support if we can pinpoint the problem.
loungekat saidvery good summary, i with i could have explained like this lol however some very elaborated logos can be extremely good logos all the same in my view, i tend to believe that a lot of american franchises are proving it by the way , as they have very impressive and worked out creations
Another good tip for logo design is to keep the image simple and the concept strong. A good logo looks great at a tiny size and the size of a building, lots of competing elements in the illustration can make the design confusing and blurry when it’s small and overwhelming when it’s large. Hope this helps
Agreed, there’s some good logos out there that have more complexity. Often these are bespoke designs made with the business name and needs in mind. With stock logos, the design process is a little bit different, the symbol needs to work with long and short names, it needs to be designed for lots of different uses and it can’t be too specific (like a logo designed to work with a really specific business name in mind)
Here’s some information about Print Template requirements. https://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/articles/202822620-Print-Templates-Submission-Requirements
Hi everyone, Believe it or not, before I worked for Envato, I uploaded a file and it was rejected for sale on GraphicRiver and I was really mad when I got the Hard Rejection email. A year later I was working for Tuts, then a year after that I was a reviewer. Since then I’ve seen hundreds of thousands of files and understand why my item was rejected all those years ago. The problem I had was, it wasn’t “stock”.
What I learnt was that the file I uploaded, while it was technically a good design, it was too specific. While people liked looking at my picture, they didn’t have a reason to buy it.
Please don’t be discouraged if you get a hard rejection, it may just mean that the item isn’t stock ready. Think of the ways you can add value for the buyer with your file. What would they use the item for, is it simple to customise, is it offering something useful and unique? Then look at the technical requirements. Is the file going to save the buyer time by being ready for print? Does it comply with industry standards?
I hope this helps and good luck
Another good tip for logo design is to keep the image simple and the concept strong. A good logo looks great at a tiny size and the size of a building, lots of competing elements in the illustration can make the design confusing and blurry when it’s small and overwhelming when it’s large.
Hope this helps
Hi Everyone, During peak upload times the team is assigned to the files a bit differently than usual.
Authors with a large volume of items are moved into a special queue to make way for the authors with a very small number of items pending a review. The team is split across these two queues so the low volume authors are given the same queue time as the higher volume authors.
While the high volume authors may feel that their wait time is increased, they will have multiple items reviewed during the same review session and will progress though the queue as normal. This system allows all GraphicRiver authors to see some review time during this busy period of the year.
Thank-you for your understanding, and happy holidays.