His iconic look is his hair and glasses it was a logical choice for a logo
Yeah there are similarities but I wouldn’t say it is a complete copy…. Dribbble’s design is still the slickest of them all
Is anyone on here using Fancy or The Fancy as the web address suggests
Here is my account http://www.thefancy.com/Lickmystyle if you follow me I will follow back.
It works well as a promotional tool as you can fancy your own items (kind of like the Facebook like button) and give a link to where people can buy the item…. even include the referral link if you fancy the page with ref string included in the url.
I have away from the forums for a bit but I thought I would share this little trick/idea that came to me the other day while searching though Envato analytics for referring sites.
I noticed that there were a few questionable sites linking to my items on GR so I thought I would investigate why this was happing. To my surprise I found that the pages that my links were on had one of my poster bundles on it which in the items description had links to the original items in the bundle….. This only happened because the person that posted the item for download on the said site just copied my items description…. this got me thinking…. if I put a permalink link in the description of every item I have then this may get pulled into future pages in question.
so…......... how would this help?
- You could easily keep track in Envato analytics and if this issue pops up again you can send in a DMCA
- Once the illegal download links are removed via a DMCA to the file sharing sites the original link would still be on the page pointing towards the items which may force the original user to make a purchase.
Please do not sharing warez or any other illegal sharing sites link in this thread, lets keep it clean.
AH I didn’t even see that
sorry for the double post
Interesting acticle from Behance about how rejection breeds creativity…. thought it might be fitting for the community to look at how it can be used as a positivehttp://99u.com/tips/7251/How-Rejection-Breeds-Creativity
I have got emails back in the past from using FreshKiller but it may be something to keep an eye on when sending out future mails.