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manuelvega says

I was rejected 9 times and I’m still improving my techniques and feeding on inspiration, so keep working, always look forward and enjoy it :chuckle:

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dewitech says

There is 2 choice… Keep improving or give up and run to other marketplace. I currently rejected 4 Times. Still collecting rejection emails :D

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egemenerd says

It is not rejection which triggers frustration; it is the way feedback is given, so generic. How designer or developer will know what area they have to improve. It is like shooting in dark without aim..

+1 :)

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2AA says

Hey all,

I know people get frustrated with all the rejection going around, I especially love rejection it makes me want it more and makes my theme better! I have been rejected a lot and you know what? I say thank you! Since my last couple of rejections it looks a lot better and much more professional.

If you got rejected and you’re :( don’t worry its a present in disguise ;) so post the benefits of getting rejected and how it made your themes better here.

That’s Depend on rejection type if rejection is soft it’s easy to solve the problem , and if the rejection is hard you’ should be patient on your item to make it aproved …

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2AA says


It is not rejection which triggers frustration; it is the way feedback is given, so generic. How designer or developer will know what area they have to improve. It is like shooting in dark without aim..
+1 :)

+1 :)

yes i totaly agree with you when the team reviewr send you a hard reject it’s hard to know what the part of your item should be improve because the problem is general

but when came to you with soft rejection , they will be guided you the very special support , from smallest problem to the biggest

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KreativeHub says

I believe we all on the same boat. Until now I don’t understand which area of psd template I have to improve for approval.

http://kreativehub.net/preview/electrichub/
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billyf says

I believe we all on the same boat. Until now I don’t understand which area of psd template I have to improve for approval. http://kreativehub.net/preview/electrichub/
Hi there,

I think you have a lot of things which need improvement. First, the overall design looks ‘unfinished’ because you are only using a textured background to fill the whole screen and the only ‘design’ is some shadows on the texture. You need to add more details.

Besides, you need to work more on typography. I don’t see the ‘hierarchy’ for the text and there are also some spacing issues. Moreover, I personally think that the buttons used in your design are quite ‘outdated’.

Overall, I must say that your design looks only like 50% done. There is still a lot of details which are lacking and your design certainly does not fall under the ‘minimalism’ category, so don’t try to make it a ‘minimalist’ design.

Good luck and don’t give up ;)

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BenSheppard says

Quite ironic that you posted a massive rant after you posted this

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