Adobe allows Cufon and SIFR embedding, but NOT @font-face. You can see their detailed FAQ on that here:
Thanks to everyone who replied / emailed – I have several offers.
About a year ago, I started selling unused bits and bobs from client design projects on Graphic River, and quickly came to adore Envato. I’m currently a freelance web designer and developer specializing in Wordpress, Drupal and Joomla templates, though I do quite a bit of straight-up HTML to CSS as well. My design skills are a bit stronger than my dev skills, and though I do development myself, I’m much, much faster at design than I am at development.
I’m regularly inspired to create site designs based on some new idea, but almost never inspired to develop them unless I have a paying client whose project specs fit the design. This has left me with a growing pile of undeveloped PSDs on my harddrive. I’ve even got some semi-developed sites that are looking nice, but need some additional work.
I’d love to start selling some of these as developed sites on Themeforest, but this project would be much more enjoyable for me if I could partner with a developer who enjoys producing great code quickly.
I’m fast, super easy to get in touch with (I keep in touch with my clients on gChat all day and am almost always online), responsible, and have over 10 years of professional experience in my field. The PSDs I deliver are named, grouped, layered for development, and copyright-compliant. I’m looking to turn around one dev-ready PSD per month.
You can check out my recent client projects and design portfolio here:
I’ll happily email interested developers screenshots and URLs to a couple of designs that are ready, or getting ready, for development.
Are responsive, and are particularly good with front-end HTML / CSS , jQuery, Ajax and PHP . You preferably have coded Wordpress 3.0 sites before, and are able to produce back-end theme features like a logo uploader. If you’ve done any Joomla or Drupal, that would be a huge bonus.
You can contact me through my profile page, or via my site (listed above).
Thanks guys, that answers my question.
I do understand that, and appreciate your response there, but I’m more asking about the technical process of doing this.
Would it be better to flatten my patterns in the PSD , and then provide a link to the resource on the original author’s homepage, or can I bundle the patterns with the files? Is there a “best” way?
Anyone know the answer to this?
Perhaps I should just flatten my pattern layers and provide a link to the resources?
I’m designing my first PSD theme for Themeforest, and I was wondering – i know we’re not allowed to distribute fonts, but I have a free-for-commercial-use pattern that I’m using for my background.
Can I bundle the pattern set with my theme, or is there another way to do that?
As soon as this system went into effect, I immediately got several sales. I’m not complaining!
Let the guys at Envato experiment, they clearly know what they’re doing. If it doesn’t work, it’ll go back to the way it was. And if it does work, you’ll get more sales.