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vanel says

LOL thanks for sharing XD

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vanel says
It’s people like that guy that makes me feel like I have a peanut for a brain. :-P Really impressive stuff.

lol same here XD

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vanel says
I know the previous posts are 22 days old, but I was juts curious. Personally I think the design of the card is great and I would not hesitate to buy it, so am a little confused that you say it wouldn’t be accpeted the way it is.

What would need to be changed to be accepted hqm?

I am asking this to learn what the criteria are for getting accepted and denied so I can improve my own work.
It looks nice to me as well. Far as what is considered “Acceptable”, is beyond me. Sometimes I feel only a certain style is acceptable, but really don’t know so I just keep trying new things & hope it gets accepted!

well from my “not too much” experience here on GR, it all depends if the reviewer likes your desing or not…... when i upload my first 2 files, one of them was rejected because i upload it to the wrong cathegory, but even the reviewer told me that it was a very good desing, so i upload it again, and now it was rejected, “needs some improvements to get accepted”......so i forgot about that, and make a new desing….

I think it’s nice :D and ready to be accepted on GR!

Thanks :)

And sorry for my bad English…... XD

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vanel says
Blender is free?

yeap

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vanel says

3Ds Max, but, just some very simple things, i´m not very good (yet) XD

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vanel says
Huh? You contradicted yourself! You find PS hard to use, but Corel is not as easy?
Shhhh… let people fight themselves… it’s funnier that way… ;)

lol XD

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vanel says

lol nice effect O_o

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vanel says
We give customers two options, templates from here or a custom design:

http://blueteddy.com.au/website-design-services/home.html

Changing the colours of the template, adding their logo, loading the html template into our own custom cms so the client can make ongoing changes themselves, setting up their hosting and email accounts, making a contact form, changing the menu and then inserting all their content from a provided word document for $420.

that´s a very good idea, your costumers choose the template here, then you buy it, make the modifications and everything for 420 dollars??? it seems like a fair price :)

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vanel says

ooooook i understand, so the best thing to do, is tell the costumer the truth to avoid any problems and just charging the hours of work right?

was simpler than what I thought XD

Thanks amberturner for your help :)

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vanel says

Well, today i woke up with this doubt in my mind,

how much it is ok to charge for a website, if you´re using a template?

i know that the price depends on soo many factors, content, animations, pages, etc. but i would like to know how big can the difference be between a custom website and one that was made using a template?

for example if you charge i don´t know…..lets say, 300 dollars for a original website (just an example), but then, you see one template that it´s great for this project, so, the price would be the same?

i mean, you pay for the template and that saves you a LOT of work, but still, your developing the website using the template as a legal resource right?

or the costumer can reclaim you later cause you charge a lot for a website, and he just found that there´s other sites with the same desing?

what would you do? or what do you guys do on this kind of situation?

i know that this it probably a dumb question, but, it´s in my head XD

Sorry for my bad English ;)

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