Great Idea… as I said before we can tweet each other items and also add recommended authors in our profile… Thanks Lung for your support.. greatly appreciate it..
So I am back. Sorry for not being answering the last day.
The recommended Author Story sounds great I would proud to be a Part of it . I’ve got this idea about 6 moths ago but didn’t really worked out cause there where no real interest – so I’m proud to see how things have changed .
I would love to give 6 authors a place on my Profile, as recommended authores . I would like to have 6 guys with 6 differnt design fields. May it be »Flyer«, »Photoshop Actions« or something else – so that there is no competition inside of this recommended Author Programm itself .
Who ever wants to be a part of it, feel free to write me/us .
Done! Followed all of you in at least one (mostly in more) network .
Guys, just a quick idea I just had: What are you thinking about an Hashtag in Twitter i.e. #eapea (simply unique = envato authors promte each other). This would allow us to SPREAD a much bigger audience, if we retweet each other .
And to spread the word much more, you can use http://ifttt.com/ to update your RSS , Facebook or what ever, when you do an action on an other network. A simple »if that, than that« action, but very usefull to those of us, who use multiple Networks for promotion . Sure you could just enter your referer link and you would have an real effort of the promotion
Followed WonderArt and Minkki .
The rest will follow this evening, cause right now, I’m working on a new Themeforrest PSD Template .
Here are mine
Twitter (1600 Followers): English with my Envato Items Facebook: Mostly German (no Envato Items promotion from myself) Dribbble: Not drafted, but may the luck be with me and I will get an invite soon (not begging you) Behance: No Envato Items from myself but Personal and Client Projects
Follow my and I will follow everyone back and SURE , I promote your stuff
Thought I made something by myself. Sorry but I am a bit rude today. Hope you understand my humor
DPI has NO effect on the file size of an image
The formular to determine the file size of an image doesn’t iclude the DPI (PPI) in any case. File size = height x width x color depth x 3
And it’s also a myth, that computer monitores just have 72 DPI (correctly it should be PPI not DPI )
Working on my first PSD -Template for Themeforrest.
And if I find someone whos good at the coding stuff for collaboration, it will also be available in HTML /CSS and Wordpress .
Definitely Flyers, Timeline-Covers and if your a bit into screendesign stuff, you could try some PSD -Templates on »themeforrest« as well as UI-Designs here on GR .