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FlatlineRo says

Hello, is there any chance of adding a category in Print Templates for posters, or at least price them a bit higher than the flyers?

I recently started to work on 23.4×16.5” posters and I quickly realized that it’s much harder to work on large-scale/high-resolution documents from the software lag to the design standpoint.

I think that 6$ is a bit too low for an A1/A2 poster (>23.4×16.5 in)..could we make it 8$?

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hawkmax says

+1

Agreed High Res documents are harder to work on and take a good amount of time.

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Dfinepixel says

I dont think thats a reason for a price increase, if you own a good machine the difference is almost unnoticeable, plus lets say the posters went for $8, how much would a billboard be ? $14 ? :D

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dotnpix says

I dont think thats a reason for a price increase, if you own a good machine the difference is almost unnoticeable, plus lets say the posters went for $8, how much would a billboard be ? $14 ? :D

How much would a billboard be ? $14…...Really cool… :)

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cooledition says

In real life you don’t charge the same for a flyer, poster, Rollup banner and billboards. Even if the 4 have the same design they should be priced different.

flyers $6, posters $7, banners $8, billboards $9 would be nice prices for graphicriver

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Dfinepixel says

In real life you don’t charge the same for a flyer, poster, Rollup banner and billboards. Even if the 4 have the same design they should be priced different. flyers $6, posters $7, banners $8, billboards $9 would be nice prices for graphicriver

Like many users already do, they make the same design for each of those medias, and if the price were to be increased, buyers would just buy the cheapest design (flyers) and adapt it to a billboard size (since most designs are all vector based), and would make the sales of these medias from low as it is now, to really non existent sales. I believe this is the reason why they are all the same price on these markets.

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cooledition says


In real life you don’t charge the same for a flyer, poster, Rollup banner and billboards. Even if the 4 have the same design they should be priced different. flyers $6, posters $7, banners $8, billboards $9 would be nice prices for graphicriver
Like many users already do, they make the same design for each of those medias, and if the price were to be increased, buyers would just buy the cheapest design (flyers) and adapt it to a billboard size (since most designs are all vector based), and would make the sales of these medias from low as it is now, to really non existent sales. I believe this is the reason why they are all the same price on these markets.

Thats not correct. People purchase print templates in GR because the work is almost done, they don’want o can’t spend too much time customizing o creating the design and also because here they find cheap prices and “good quality”. You just can’t open a PSD flyer template, make it bigger and get a banner signage or a billboard, they have different aspect ratios, also you will need to scale styles and if the flyer have rasterized elements then they will look pixelated on bigger sizes.

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FlatlineRo says

I dont think thats a reason for a price increase, if you own a good machine the difference is almost unnoticeable, plus lets say the posters went for $8, how much would a billboard be ? $14 ? :D

I beg to differ, search billboards and roll up banners on Graphicriver, the designs are awesome but they are also simple, you can’t compare the level of detail of a flyer with a billboard.

On paper, your argument stands valid but on practice…hehe..try it for yourself and when you’ll see how long it takes to apply a blur effect, you will start to have some doubts on experimenting on high resolutions.

And just to prove a point, the file size of my last A2 poster is almost one GB, how much does a billboard with a gradient background, a vector shape, text and an image have? And I’m sure that you will get me with “what does file size have to do with pricing” the higher the size the more complex, the more complex it is the more time it takes to produce and the more time it takes to produce the more expensive it should be.

It’s not about the print size, the labor time that primarily affects the complexity and detail of the design are the ones that matter.

My opinion on pricing: Flyers-6$; Posters-8$; Billboards and roll up banners – 6-8$ depending on design complexity.

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cooledition says


I dont think thats a reason for a price increase, if you own a good machine the difference is almost unnoticeable, plus lets say the posters went for $8, how much would a billboard be ? $14 ? :D

I beg to differ, search billboards and roll up banners on Graphicriver, the designs are awesome but they are also simple, you can’t compare the level of detail of a flyer with a billboard.

On paper, your argument stands valid but on practice…hehe..try it for yourself and when you’ll see how long it takes to apply a blur effect, you will start to have some doubts on experimenting on high resolutions.

And just to prove a point, the file size of my last A2 poster is almost one GB, how much does a billboard with a gradient background, a vector shape, text and an image have? And I’m sure that you will get me with “what does file size have to do with pricing” the higher the size the more complex, the more complex it is the more time it takes to produce and the more time it takes to produce the more expensive it should be.

It’s not about the print size, the labor time that primarily affects the complexity and detail of the design are the ones that matter.

My opinion on pricing: Flyers-6$; Posters-8$; Billboards and roll up banners – 6-8$ depending on design complexity.

I get your point, but remember there are also simple flyers and more complex flyers. It would be a nightmare for Envato to price items based on complexity. It is easier to price items by category, but like i said before, flyers, posters, banners and billboards in real life are priced mostly based on its sizes and not the complexity. For example, take a look at the logo category, they are the most expensive items in Graphicriver and they are not the most complex things. A flyer have more datails and is more complex than a logo, but we all know that we cant sell a logo cheaper than a flyer. And if someone plan to say “thats why logos almost never sells in GR”, thats not true, logos usually dont sell because people don’t need a logo every day, week or month.

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Dfinepixel says

Agree, definitely cant charge by complexity, or else most business cards prices would go down, etc.. About the file size, it does matter alot if you use vectors or raster, as rasters are alot more heavier and also the DPi on use, a billboard does not use 300 DPI , they go for 100-150 DPI, which reduces the final Pixel size 2-3 times.

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