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Happy birthday to Envato
I am Ram from Hyderabad
Are the themes which are released today passed this requirements?
Because nearly 10 themes are released today & those may not be passed all these guide lines, right?
I’ve been thinking of this as well but I am not sure if it’s worth the hassle as there is no reason to believe that old files will catch up on sales. Maybe if envato features big updates on there site somehow that would be a good idea…
This idea would be good when we update theme completely as a version 2.0
I would like to share how it would be redesign our old wp themes using our latest new theme which passed theme-check, debugger-on and few other standards, but we should keep the layout same as old one and few new elements can be added to match the latest trend.
I feel it would easy to update as we need to change only few pages like home, portfolio and blog pages styles the others wont be much different and wont take time.
Any one manage like this ?
Please share your views.
The other day i was talkin’ to someone who also was questioning himself with something like this. He was ONLY 36!
I’m telling ya, there’s no way i stop designing at the age of 40. WHY on earth would you do that?? Most designers ( that are any good ) in their 30’s are just getting warmed up. At least i am.
I makes me sad when people think they somehow are not ‘young’ enough to make a beautiful design for the web ( or anything else for that matter ).
It’s just a fact, that 80% of the new puppies just leaving some design school or whatever aren’t even close in creating a really beautiful design. The ones who do are born artists but there aren’t many like those few.
Unless it’s mainly because from a business point of view and you like it, then yeah go guide the little puppies to nice designs.But if you think age is a problem I say c’mon!! you’re only 39! Why should you stop designing???! If you’re any good just do it, don’t stop
I am talking about business point of view