I foresee the 1st microlancer job: “Looking for someone to review bunch of flyers for me. contact me through envato support”
@DesignMagazin if you have a complex job, especially ui, yes you want to use vector shapes. It gives you more flexibility. Not only for you in when you editing, but for the user who might want to make some changes. It’s a god’s bless if the parts are in vector shape. BUT! when you clone a button, or symbol. You should check the position of your copy. Otherwise the edges might be different. e.g not pixel perfect.
just to be a pixel nazi I might add: not only the position but the size. all the horizontal and vertical vector lines should follow the “pixel grid”.
best regards, Pixel Nazi
I really really really like the idea. From time to time i have some clients who need some quick help at that very moment when I’m stuck with some other project and I hate to let people hanging. I bet I’m not the only one.
The Great Retina Confusion. I’d say, cut some slack with this “retina ready” stuff. after all not even adobe got it right yet.
josweb saidIndeed! I like the way he/she says it ‘cause for some strange reason, it sounds evil to me!
You do not know the real reason why I do not put any item in my Protfolio , waited even know yourselves and thank you for all these useful comments
I can’t … resist! ... I know i just have to buy the 1st item that manages to navigate through the mists of mystery. I hope its a nice business card. I could really use one.
Alot of people seem to be redesigning the same flyer over and over again. In the end it is going to be perfect for everything, right ?
What did the reviewer say about it? Was it about the quality?
I actually managed to pull off a flyer that has actually sold nothing! And its even christmas themed and it was released on time! oh what a tragedy!
does anyone know if that’s a good recorder for beatboxing?