I’d still like to understand what you mean by “manage spot inks” in photoshop. I war my suggest you doing that google search. it might teach you a lot.
I had some problems with spot colors on photoshop some time ago. I think it was 1996 and the photoshop version was 4.0, after some 16 minutes of studying I figured it out…
I don’t want to offend anyone but there are things that can be done even though you haven’t heard of them. Take 5 minutes of google work or 5 minutes of typing misinformation that other people actually read as facts…http://lmgtfy.com/?q=photoshop+spot+color
Yeah, i agree BUT it would be nice to know…
This might be far fetched and i know there’s already been quite alot of talk about better tracking of offsite promotional links, but here’s something I think would be very valuable in the long run.
Ablility to track clicks up to a point of purchase.
with heavy duty trickery you can already set up your own tracking system but its quite a lot of work and it still wont provide you with the info that you actually want to see. Probably alot of the traffic comes from “accidental” clics where the person clicking the link want to see more of the design but is not even remotely considering buying it. And theres nothing wrong with that. But I would like to see what are the sites that actually bring in customers and what are the “time vampires” where you just create content for them.
So yeah, implemention of the “ROI” tracking would be great, investment beig the time consumed in extra promotional work.
is shadowness any good trafic wise? Theres alot of sites out there where you can post stuff and create content for them but does anyone actually have any stats about how usefull it is to post your work to a site like shadowness? i know some designers, illustrators and designers use it but potetential clients?
The internets if full of time vampires
oh my, it just happens to be that I’m currently working on one and it is going to be kick ass. stay tuned!
Sweet! contribution from the other side! Keep talking mate, I’m all ears. After all if I just do stuff on my own I end up feeling lonely no but seriously, this kind of information is most welcome no matter how you look at it. Cheers mate!
IM REALLY STARTING TO UNDERSTAND THE PROCESS AND IT SEEMS LIKE ITS A DOUBLE EDGED SWORD BECAUSE IF THEY DONT LIKE IT THEN THEY REJECT IT BUT IT ALSO HELPS TO STEP THEIR GAME UP …..GR NEEDS TO START A REJECT WEBSITE !!!! OR IS THERE ONE OUT THERE I DONT KNOW ABOUT ?
I think GR is fine, it’s just the reviewing process that’s kinda odd.
I say different strokes for different folks. Kinda like cars, personally I wouldn’t want to own an audi, and why? because to me it just looks cheap and like it’s trying way too much. Or why some people prefer the fashion models over the strippers… and you can easily say that the fashion model might look a bit “flat” but still some folks would take that over the “jersey shore” girls any day.
We need variety and some space to create different designs.
Some staff input on this subject would be nice.
Yay, I know that feeling. Personally I was happy like a monkey with a peanut machine after my 1st sale. I don’t think i have ever been as happy making my 2 bucks… lol
LOL oh hey, dont forget the dice and the champagne bottles. that would make it less flat and more unique.