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isacfabian says

what i need to change? please.. i never stop.. until this item approve.. tnx :)

im just.. sad.. cause im.. a member.. since.. dec 24 2011…

and all of my item uploaded.. alway’s rejected

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tommusrhodus says

Hey isacfabian,

Firstly, this isn’t a bad design, i like the subtle drop shadows & outlines. Subtlety is key, you’ve got this right. It’s ruined however by the lack of whitespace surrounding most of your elements. It’s 2012, my monitor is well over 2000pixels wide, give your design a bit more size and breathing room.

The main reason for a lot of rejections on here is Typography, and i’m afraid you’ve fallen short here. Look at your ‘login’ button, notice how the thin reversed font is quite hard to read? Thats because reversing text causes the surrounding colour to visually ‘bleed’ in. This happens physically in the printing process as well, and is something you need to be very careful of. A solution? Use a bolder font, if this is x-thin try using x-demi or x-medium, x-bold or x-heavy will probably be a push too far.

The main point I need to make however is to ask who your audience is for this file? Remember every item needs an audience i.e someone who will buy this file. Since you’re setting up a login form we can assume your audience are web designers, i.e already versed in photoshop, illustrator and probably fireworks. So is this file currently offering any value for money? No. Your file needs an audience and it must serve a purpose.

So how can you improve this? Set an audience, ask yourself who that is, what they use/know and how you could help they’re process. If i’m designing a website I would find a single form pointless, as it would not define the style of the site, however a login form, a contact form, and plenty of other elements, with variations and differing colour schemes, well that might take my fancy.

TL:DR Adding value for your audience to your design is going to take you time, effort, and probably heartbreak. But it will significantly improve your chances of getting your files accepted, and more importantly, increase your chances of getting some good, solid sales.

Hope this helps.

Peace Tommus

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isacfabian says

really tnx for ur suggestion :)

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Alexlasek says

Hi,

in my opinion paddings first of all. They need to be consistent.

Other things are font type, size and colour.

and shadows.. they should be gentle to make all look sharp not blurred.

just keep improving :)

cheers Alex

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williamhenrygates says

Yep , absolutely this isn’t a bad design as TommusRhodus said.

Please give some room to readability for the text,,go of some inspirations,check out some popular items on Envato marketPlace.

Hope you will get Approval for your item very soon :)
Have Fun :)


Stay Fit :)

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isacfabian says

tnx for every suggestion.. bout this??

any comment?

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isacfabian says

or this

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EliIsakov says

I’d pick the second version you’ve posted, but mate…the white duplicate of the font, to give it another effect kind of ruins it …I highly suggest getting rid of the shadows. :D On the “Username” “Password”...also the first one is hardly readable. Text kind of looks bad…stick with the second style, and try making the Login button a bit mroe stylish…looks too basic now.

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