25.64You look a lot younger in your avatar (if it aint years older pic )
Really? Can’t you see the wrinkles?
It is old but people say I look younger. And that’s not always a good thing.
Hi all. I’m planing to upload a file in TF, a PSD template. I’ve never uploaded anything here yet, and i have been searching in the wiki but not found the proper answer to my doubt.
I see in the rules that you must upload the thumbnail (80×80), the preview images (packed in a zip file, max.10, max.1.200px etc.) and the final source zip file.
But… what about the preview image for the item description page?
How can i upload it? Inside the preview zip file with a concrete name?
I see the form does not include the option for it.
Thanks in advance for your help and sorry for (i guess) this stupid doubt!<”}}><
I searched the forum a lot to find that answer myself. As far as I understand (my file wasn’t approved) the preview image will be the first one from the preview zip. Name your preview image for the item description page “01_Preview.jpg” or something like that.
Good luck with your PSD template!
I’m not an expert but I think you could:
- forget about the sparkles
- change or delete the white thingy (reflection?)
- improve your attitude.
Last one is a little off topic.
Total waste of time, no potential sales and belonging to one of the previous centuries?
No. I wouldn’t buy it but some might. Maybe.
-Desiner put a price in it, based on a hourly rate or something – willing to pay fair price since all artworks would probably be sold by the designer only for us and only once. -Designer do hes magic and puts the artwork in Envato. -We buy instantly if it is as agreed.If you are intrested please PM me here
envato or email firstname.lastname@example.org. I will only do the checkout process tru here and here only.
This is not possible, we can’t set the price here. You can post your requirements on the forum under “item requests” and maybe some author will like the idea and use it….if you REALLY don’t want to just hire the designer.
There’s too much noise in your overall design – it’s a term by Steve Krug. It means that if everything on your page makes some noise to attract attention, your page would be like a chainsaw. You need to make some research on visual hierarchy (additional link).
Thanks, I will try to improve that. I did read “Don’t Make Me Think”, and I wanted my template to be a little “noisy” but it seems it’s too much. I don’t want to make major changes so I will let it rest for a while.
Check out this article on Under Consideration, which suggest that a royalty free stock icon has been used on the logo. If that’s not enough, check out the logo on Velejapark website. Similar? Wow! With that extra bit of information, I’m definitely changing my point-of-view on this thread! Quite obviously, this logo isn’t the result of a serious and professional design process. How could you take part on that? I wouldn’t, not even for half a million dollars. Ray Pettersson.From your link:
Romania’s new tourism logo and slogan — “Explore the Carpathian Garden” after the Carpathian mountains at the center of the country — were created by the joint partnership between TNS , a global market research firm and THR , a hospitality consultant.So it wasn’t a design agency.
They said it’s just a coincidence with the green leaf…
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