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dr3772 says

Unfortunately, I don’t think so. Lots of authors have been in that position, it’s a learning process full of pain, devastation and lack of comprehension.

I am still Learning :-D

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supersimple says

Ruben, awwwards is not a trend setter, they just publish “cool” websites.

Awwwards is a place for designers who think their site should have an award. They’re paying for it as well.

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KrownThemes says


Ruben, awwwards is not a trend setter, they just publish “cool” websites.
Awwwards is a place for designers who think their site should have an award. They’re paying for it as well.

I wasn’t trying to link to a “trend setter” site. I just linked to the first site which beautiful designs that come into my head.

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mountainthemes says



Ruben, awwwards is not a trend setter, they just publish “cool” websites.
Awwwards is a place for designers who think their site should have an award. They’re paying for it as well.
I wasn’t trying to link to a “trend setter” site. I just linked to the first site which beautiful designs that come into my head.

ok ;)

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mudi says

Sorry to say but let’s assume if it get accepted it will get no sales. You need to learn basic principles of designs and web design, than start creating web elements for Graphic River, and than make your way up to Themeforest.

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GJ-Designs says

Well try dude! Start learning about web design from the scratch because there are lots of issues with this designs. For ex. color selection, font selection, margin padding issues, images are stretched, social icons are not looking good. You as a beginner make a good try. But dnt think this is enough, because in real words it is nothing at this stage. Improve it by 100%. You see top authors are commenting on your post and giving you right feedback. Take inspirations from their designs too. Feel the designing, dnt only think about earning money. Try to make something unique but beautiful. :-)

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Dzinc says

This thread is now in › Item Discussion

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PixelBin says

There should be a time penalty for submitting files that are beyond salvaging. If you waste the reviewers time and slow down the queue with a previously hard rejected item that had no chance, you shouldn’t be able to submit for 2-4 weeks. Let’s be honest, you’re not going to magically sprout design skills in that time frame. The queue is way too slow and now we know why.

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