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Vlajki says

Guys, you are very right about reviewing process, but what Moretech is suggesting is: Design and code a theme, make a demo >> Send a demo to reviewing process >> If it passes aesthetically, he can then make item icon, design a presentation on theme page to present all the features of his theme(like 90% of the themes have right now), write and code documentation, make some video tutorials, etc.
It would save a lot of time because doing all of these things I’ve written above and getting your theme rejected because of aesthetic reasons is more than frustrating. You could use that time to make a new, visually appealing theme.

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KrownThemes says

^ All the things mentioned by you shouldn’t take more than one day :)

Everyone should stay in the queue.

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ThemesHolic says

Maybe I’m wrong explain.

I just want to say that I think there is no need to send the package to have a first feedback, it would suffice to have a form where you can enter the link to the demo.

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KrownThemes says

Maybe I’m wrong explain. I just want to say that I think there is no need to send the package to have a first feedback, it would suffice to have a form where you can enter the link to the demo.

And i’m saying that it would still take one week to get reviewed, so it’s useless.

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MVPThemes says

I see what the OP is saying, but this wouldn’t save the reviewer any time since they probably just look at the demo first anyway. I think you’re trying to act like it would save the reviewer time and ease the entire process on them, but what you really mean is that it would save the AUTHOR time by not having to do all of the extra work that would be wasted if the theme never gets accepted.

I’ve been there, but instead of finding shortcuts, it’s probably better to focus your energy on how to come up with a unique product in the first place. Then, you won’t have to worry about whether you’re wasting your time with all of the rest of the work.

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