I realized this after I posted. Thanks.
I have not put a website up for sell and was wondering what good practices are for doing so. Is it better to minify and compress code or leave it as is in organized folders when selling? Thanks.
Has Graphic River become too saturated with flyers? I have been watching and it seems like there are alot of flyers awaiting upload and there are less sales. Has it reached a tipping point? I am sure this could just be my perception. What do you think?
I can not really comment on your flyer as I have yet to have anything approved.
I do agree with the boggle the mind thing though. There is stuff that is approved that is no more unique that what I have submitted. It just feels like once you are marked then it is going to be twice as tough to get approved no matter how good your submission is…
Thank you QandE. I will take your advice to heart. Yes I can see that my UI is not as polished as cazoobi’s. I look at all his UI’s. But…
These are not nearly as detailed as mine and they get approved:
to mention just a couple. I can get those kind of UI’s anywhere online for free. I was trying to create something unique.
It just feels like If you submit a couple of bad designs you get marked and cannot get anything accepted. Where as if you have a couple of good designs you will get as many bad ones you create accepted.
Am I not getting my res right when I save the jpeg in PS? It says 590 pix right? Thanks
Can someone please kindly tell me how in the world my UI kit was rejected when i see a dozen other UI kits with half the quality, content, and detail get accepted? It is beyond frustrating. Please help!