Hi there, yes, sorry the rejection boilerplate is an example, but the file should really be 3.5×2 inches with a 0.25 inch bleed, so in actual fact it measures 3.75×2.25 and as Lance said, no critical design elements should be in this area.
Yes, thank you. But i uploaded this business card http://graphicriver.net/item/crumbled-paper-business-card/542682. And other two.. Others got rejected because of bleeds and this one not(size is 3.5×2 with bleeds without 3.25×1.75) . Mine BC template was the same in all business cards..
But now im curious about raster logos. why mine got soft disabled and other people just works fine…
i uploaded a logo recently and it got soft disabled… Its PSD file, not a vector. === Why We’ve Declined Your Submission === 1) Rasterized layers are not allowed.
first i was interested in programming with C++ and delphi..good times. But then my friend showed me a photoshop like 7 years ago, and its started
now i saw my problem, damn bleeds they are 0.12inch, not 0.25, ME stupid, thank you
so your actual business card was 3.25×1.75?
Print size – 3.25×1.75 inch , Bleed size – 3.5×2 inch and its the same like this one http://graphicriver.net/item/crumbled-paper-business-card/542682 Everythink , DPI , cmyk, size and so on..
I uploaded a business cards and the reviewer is writing :
To be accepted as a business card an item must be an industry recognised print size. The file here is lacking properly formatted print bleeds. An 8.5×11 inch file should have 0.25 inch bleeds, and actually measure 8.75×11.25 inches. Your background and non-critical design elements should extend into this area.
Business card 8.5×11 inches? Mine was 3.25×1.75.. Me stupid or just doing something wrong?