My GF can do logo for you for $10, her portfolio- http://www.zdncomputers.com/portfolio-artwork.phpShe did yours to? You got be joking right that somebody is willing to create an identity for only as low as 10$. For this amount i work only 10 minutes.
I’m tempted to make a comment on that “10 minutes” for $10 remark but I’m not going to
So not only do you state you are a professional, but also that you specialize in logos. It’s hard to take that seriously if your asking for someone else to make you a logo … and for $5. I’m sure there are plenty of people here who would be willing to help you out with a logo, you just have to be realistic with your quote.I do specialize in logos, I have spent alot of time trying to design something unique and very good for myself, but I failed, so I decided to see if someone else can do it for me, but as you can see – I thought that logo prices are usually low.
I wish they were low too, but a lot of the people here are freelancers/graphic designers as there job. Some charge $50 an hour, some will charge a ground price.
If you do decide to use one of these designers, you know that you will get an absolutely amazing logo!
Well, congrats to Maximus.
Also, it seems a little strange to be arguing about this… I mean c’mon. There are plenty of better things to argue about in the ‘Off Topic’ section
The limit is $500 is probably so Envato has to do less paperwork, since every payout is a business expense for them, I think.
Although what about something like this;
The withdraw amount is $1000. If your selling amount is 40%, you can withdraw after you’ve reached 40% of $1000 ($400). As your selling rate increases, like to 55%, you could withdraw after 55% of $1000 ($550). Until 70%, where your withdraw amount is $700. This would mean those authors earning less money (consiquently with a lesser selling rate) can withdraw a smaller amount than those, like DigitalScience, earning 70%.
Right enough I don’t think that would differ when the payments are given out
Is your computer on the floor with a bunch of carpet? (Possible Static Electricity)?
Actually, yes, it is.
When the mouse cable was snapped it could have nudged the internals of the computer enough to dislodge some dust buildup and get the graphics card fan stuck or something. I highly doubt it would’ve caused the motherboard to die as well though. No better time to get a Mac.
I was thinking that maybe the graphics card was already hot, no overheating, and the mouse break just nudged the heat up that little bit?
Yeah, was a nice change, but still pointless.
Although this thread does have a hint of fail in it. Just sayin’
I’d drop IE6 Support, but keep IE7 and IE8 .