dubsbhoy said@dubsbhoy – this list covers it all. Dafont is a large collection of free fonts of various licenses (free for commercial or personal use), Fontsquirrel is very trustful with their list, Google fonts is also great database. There are no more good, free fonts available that are not listed on those sites.
What free font sites can we use
You can try Behance, but as far as I know creatives are also linking to Google Fonts from their projects.
EDIT: I’ve just checked – Behance has some gems to download from people’s dropboxes. Check them out.
bro you said “However you need to remember that GraphicRiver still don’t need glossy buttons” So I cancel this and make a new one??
No, I meant that GraphicRiver clearly states that they have enough of buttons already. That category is highly saturated and if you want to be part of it, your item have to be of exceptional quality.
I gave you this link earlier:
I see some improvement. You’ve aligned all texts so now they’re on the same level on every button. Hover option is also nice bonus.
However you need to remember that GraphicRiver still don’t need glossy buttons, and you really have to put a lot of work into it to be accepted. Right now your buttons can do 6 actions. That’s not enough nowadays. People make 100+ button packs to receive just half of $4. If you really, really want to have such pack in your GR portfolio, take your time and prepare significantly more actions your buttons can do.
Wow, that text is far from being nice. The font is unreadable, plus those effects. Typography is on very low level. Elements are placed randomly, without any plan, any style.
You need to learn a lot. Start with those places:
Your items have no strong concept at all. They are too basic. Besides take a look here: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/295
No problem, good luck
More actions that your button can do. Many authors also include hover and active options too. Your pack has to stand out of the GraphicRiver crowd to be accepted.
Well, I can’t tell you for sure, it’s up to reviewer team wether they will accept your work or not. However solving these issues will be a great start, adding more options too.