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Flinzar says
GrantW said
I wouldn’t mind if:

-The logo could only be bought once (by one user) -Slightly higher prices.

They are my only issues, other than that, I think the logos are a good idea, but it is silly having 3 different groups/companies having slightly different if not the same logos.

+1!!!! Come on Collis!!! You gotta do something about this!! Look at the amount of negative effects!!! Even if you get sales your gonna loose many many fans…......

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Folksnet says

Wow! So much negativity? And we don’t even know exactly what envato got under their sleeve.

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allexdesign says
1981 said
This is such a joke. A logo is NOT something you should just make up and sell as micro-stock. How many people really want the same logo? Hopefully, none.

There are many sites already that sell “stock logos” and I’ve seen a few businesses local using those logos. I could even pin point from which website they bought their $30.00. But if you’d look around – at least there’s chance those logos would look somewhat professional and not mambo jumbo crap you see every day from small businesses.

If I go to shopping plaza near my home, I can take a picture of billboard that lists all businesses on that plaza and those logos are an eye sore most have been “designed” by logo print or sign shops that have no clue what goes into good/memorable logo.

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allexdesign says

Just go to elance.com there are plenty of projects to design $30 logos = elance fees. Those logos suck a….. tho and 99.9% are clip art

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aRtlessX says
DarkNurbs said
Look at the amount of negative effects!!! Even if you get sales your gonna loose many many fans…......
Hmm, dilemma pointed to a company: Money vs ‘Fans’. Right, maybe try some other argument? lol
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kaixer says
DarkNurbs said
GrantW said
I wouldn’t mind if:

-The logo could only be bought once (by one user) -Slightly higher prices.

They are my only issues, other than that, I think the logos are a good idea, but it is silly having 3 different groups/companies having slightly different if not the same logos.
+1!!!! Come on Collis!!! You gotta do something about this!! Look at the amount of negative effects!!! Even if you get sales your gonna loose many many fans…......

DarkNurbs, stop complaining or you will be on Envato blacklist to become featured author. :p

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Motionreactor says

This is a terrible, terrible idea.

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Flinzar says
kaixer said
DarkNurbs said
GrantW said
I wouldn’t mind if:

-The logo could only be bought once (by one user) -Slightly higher prices.

They are my only issues, other than that, I think the logos are a good idea, but it is silly having 3 different groups/companies having slightly different if not the same logos.
+1!!!! Come on Collis!!! You gotta do something about this!! Look at the amount of negative effects!!! Even if you get sales your gonna loose many many fans…......
DarkNurbs, stop complaining or you will be on Envato blacklist to become featured author. :p

i’m used to this… :) i had 3 of my accounts blocked before for low rating of files… :/ but this time envato loves me! (i hope) my files are great! (brag) :P lol…

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Flinzar says

ok staff…i give up…its a great idea….

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DreamWarrior says

I find some of the concerns regarding the uniqueness or multiple sales and potential confusion amongst buyers relevant, and there should be a very clear way for the buyers to know what exactly they’re buying.

Having said that… Don’t you think it’s a bit hypocritical to split your hairs and condemn whatever you condemn for downgrading the graphic design profession when all of us DO SELL our hard work very cheap for others to prey? Don’t you see the slightest contradiction? Don’t you think selling a TWENTY FOUR magazine template for 6 bucks is downgrading the profession? Don’t you think selling an incredibly complex vector illustration for 3 bucks is downgrading the profession? Don’t you think making such items require expertise and research (and knowledge, and skills, and time)? Only logos require such abilities? Where were you all when they started to sell ONE HUNDRED backgrounds for the same price as ONE SINGLE background in this very site? Where are you complaints in the forum about that? Didn’t you think that was downgrading our work? Where were you when they started adding code to web items that sell for the same price as items without code, so now you have to not only be a good graphic designer but become a programmer in order to compete? Come on, people. Let’s be a bit coherent here.

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