You may also want to share your happiness with us in this newly created thread: http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/the-achievement-thread/115850
I don’t want to sound too harsh, but your design skills need to be improved if you want to be accepted on GraphicRiver. There’s literally everything to be changed – starting from color usage and ending with typography. There’s every single color on your design that one man can imagine, and that’s usually not the best way to go. Try to limit yourself to 2-3 colors at the beginning.
What business is your card for? Could it be used by Handyman, Nurse, Bookmaker or Basketball Trainer? I find it hard to tell if there’s appropriate profession for this design.
Also remember, that your client’s address or company name may be much longer than your preview shows, so keep that in mind while planning the details.
I suggest you to take a minute and browse the Business Cards category. And don’t give up. If you will, then you won’t ever be a good designer
I think it’s not possible, whenever you upload preview images in other than 72dpi, reviewer will soft-reject your whole project and ask to correct this.
Include your ReadMe file. More on this here: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/352/0/general-file-preparation-guidelines
Prepare your preview image in 72dpi, upload it to imgur.com, grab a direct link and reply in this thread with: <*img src=”yourimage.html” \> (remove asterisk)
All the images (thumbnail, preview, screenshots) have to be in 72dpi. Your main project must be set to 300dpi.
Such rejection message usually means that your design is too bad to be accepted on GraphicRiver. If you want more detailed answer you need to place a sample of your rejected project (preview or screenshot) in this thread
familychoice, I was really surprised at how rude a member of staff was to you on your “deleting useful comments” thread. I love Envato, but I think some aspects of how staff run the forums leave a lot to be desired.
I just read whole mentioned topic again and I have to disaggree with you ToivoMedia. From my point of view there was no rudeness at all, just polite, specific answers.
And about thread locking – from what I’ve seen it’s the very last action to take. In this case there really are places to discuss this innovation, either official and not. Creating new threads won’t really help and will prevent from leading discusion and exchange ideas and point of views in one place. It’s really helpful for every member to keep everything clean as much as necessary (but not more ).
What do you need help with?
I don’t want to be party pooper again, but…