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Atzar says

I had a try at my first business cards for graphicriver but they got rejected with this reason:

“Unfortunately your submission doesn’t meet our current minimum technical quality requirements for the category it was submitted to. Please consider taking some time to familiarize yourself with our current library and quality levels of popular items before resubmitting.”

I understand if they are not good enough, but could anyone give me some hints on what this generally means I need to improve on?

Thanks in advance :)

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ShermanJackson says

Sorry to hear about your rejection, the reviewers statement means your business card lacked professional quality. If you upload a screenshot of your design here we’d be able to help you further :)

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CarlosViloria says

QuickMedia there is an area to request feedback on the forum called: “Site Feedback”
and… you must show us some pictures of your designs to help you :)

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Atzar says

Thanks for the replies here was my item preview:

:)

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CarlosViloria says

one question: for who are focused or designed these cards?
in my opinion the use of various colors is not well used, excuse the redundancy.

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Atzar says

one question: for who are focused or designed these cards?
in my opinion the use of various colors is not well used, excuse the redundancy.

Could you give me some advice on how I could use them better?

Thanks :)

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CarlosViloria says


one question: for who are focused or designed these cards?
in my opinion the use of various colors is not well used, excuse the redundancy.

Could you give me some advice on how I could use them better?

Thanks :)

I would like you answer my question, in my experience here it should be clear to whom we offer our designs.

For now I can tell you the name with various colors doesn’t look good
I opt to use a single color in the name.

But as I told, is better to have clear who or what kind of people you are offering the card, I mean what users would use it.

Is just my opinion to help you :)

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UltraDesigns says

Hello QuickMedia,

Number 1 advice don’t use that much color variation, try to use maximum 3 or 4 colors which go with each other well

I would advice you to decrease the font size, its just too big

Try to reduce the inside stroke, its too much i think

And also try to use texture on background to make it more nice looking :)

Cheers,

Be Ultra… ;)

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Atzar says

Thanks for all your advice, will bear it in mind when trying to make another.

:)

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CarlosViloria says

and my mistake the area to ask for feedback is “Item Discussion” on the forum :)

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