Any technical issue with the files? Maybe it is a problem with the text areas. They look a bit “cheap” if you want to call it like this. Try to work a bit on the font and font colors. Let it look a bit more like a “high quality” flyer. Good luck.
I am with you – absolutely. But we are having a view of a graphic artist. The clients are mostly semi professionals with less knowledges. Photoshop is the most common program. So if you want to sell much items, you have to include PSD files, either they aren’t the correct files for Business cards and so on. Best
I hear you. Why these cards were accepted is hard to explain. Different reviewers, looking for different “critical areas”. The reason why mostly BC´s were created in Photoshop, is simply, because most of the clients are using Photoshop. They don’t own Indesign or Illustrator. I prefer to create BC´s in Indesign. In my Stationary Packages, all of my clients receive INDD files. Don’t worry and do not bother about such unimportant things
Open a support ticket and ask them for a deeper look at your problem. In most cases, they will here you…
It is only too simple. GR looks for unique designs. Good luck.
Hmmm…it is really hard to give you some hints regarding this special case. In the past I read about it, that simple business cards will no longer be accepted. May be your design crosses this “rule”. Good luck anyway
Hi there kokk
In my opinion your logo isn´t finished yet. Try to work a bit more on the box. At the moment I can´t recognize a box Keep us in the loop and good luck.
Looks great The link above should answer your question. Have fun.
18 days ago – is there meanwhile a solution for this issue?
Hmmm, yes, but the text is non edible, and l have used a shampagne glass instead of a number with good results, in another flyer.
Ok. So there is the reason for the reject. Please see the knowledge base of Envato. The main goal of a template is to be editable. Good luck