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enviso says

Hello,

i’m new here and i have some psd templates that i would like to offer for sale here on TF. The templates need some work to qualify for the prestige TF PSD templates category, and i am currently having fun pixelpushing them into perfection.

What I would like to know is it possible to only send one screenshot up for review (a homepage for example) instead of sending the whole family (about page, portfolio, blog post etc..)?

Thank you

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PixelBin says

I think they’re looking for several pages as one page just won’t cut it in the PSD category.

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enviso says

Thanks for the reply. I know one page is not enough, the psd i am working on will have 12+ different pages. I thought maybe i could send just one of these pages for review and not all of 12+ so if it gets rejected i don’t have to fix all twelve, just the one page, and when it gets accepted, design the rest of pages out of the first one.

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ReaxionGraphics says
enviso said
Thanks for the reply. I know one page is not enough, the psd i am working on will have 12+ different pages. I thought maybe i could send just one of these pages for review and not all of 12+ so if it gets rejected i don’t have to fix all twelve, just the one page, and when it gets accepted, design the rest of pages out of the first one.

I agree with this – it would be a huge waste of time doing 12 PSDs to find out the reviewers thought the basic design on the homepage wasn’t up to snuff. It could actually be considered harder to fix since it’s not like changing header.php in Wordpress and everything on the site changes :), but seriously, how do experienced PSD designers know they are on the right track charging into the rest of site templates?

Thanks!

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jakubt says

I would structure my PSDs in a way that allow me to correct most issues by just dragging one corrected layers group to all templates (and delete old ones in all templates). Thats how I work when my clients require more than one page for the first preview (= always). So keep your PSDs well organized (which is a must anyway if you want to sell them at TF). Of course some “pre-review service” from TF would be great (I mean ability to send them a screenshot and get some feedback before we spend lots of hours on a template) even if it would cost few $ and of course it could not be taken as a warranty that complete work would be accepted.

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SyamilMJ says

Why not post it here, maybe?

We have some great crowd of awesome designers and experienced developers here. I read a lot of those “my theme is rejected threads”. When you compare the quality of comments from the forumers vs comment by reviewers you notice that they(forumers) give you more detailed answers/tips on where to fix or improve.

Just my opinion :)

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