Nice folio, congrats,
I remembere my first time here, trying to submit some work.. haaa.. 4 items got rejected, with a Single message. I was saying What the hell.. And i moved away..And its now been 3weeks that i tried to upload my works again.. and it was somewhat tough as there was not much information for news comer.. once your first work is uploaded.. its like you can walk now.. Take care mate..
Yep, me too, after about 4 months of effort.
But after fantasizing about seeing my Laptop flying through the window, l dusted my ego off, learned what l was doing wrong and tried again.
Next one got through!
Graphicriver is a Goldmine, but just like any business it takes time and effort to become competent enough to extract the Gold.
But as others have said, it is worth the effort!
Well, I think the way you break them up depends on the type of item you make. I tend to do separate files to each element category if that justifies!
Then I add an help file with the list of the PSD files and the elements they contain.
Anyway… best of luck with sales
I don’t think Envato will reject your item based on that reason but, it’s always better for you and your buyers if the items don’t take too long to open/load.
PSD Files can get very heavy somethings which slows down the work time, and it’s annoying!
Keep in mind that people have different hardwares and so it’s a good idea to “break down” your work into several PSD Files. It might help to break it down into categories
Thanks, thought so, l made the files as small as possible, but still big enough to be useful.
It sounds like it is best to break them up and include instructions on how to merge them!
Hi, just wondering about this, if you have created something, but if you put it all in one PSD file and it takes 20 or 30 seconds to load, is that going to get your product rejected?
Or is it better to break them up, so they load in a reasonable period of time?
Has anyone had any experience with loading times, and what Head Office considers acceptable and not acceptable. Or do they have a beef with slow loading files, or with files that have been broken up to much?
Thought this might help!