- Submission Tip: Read the Instructions when Resubmitting Soft-rejected Items (AudioJungle)
- This Week’s Featured Authors
- Author Interview: RelStudios
- Featured Desktop: Kevin Whipps
Posted: 25 Oct 2011 05:00 PM PDT
Howdy talented authors! In an ongoing quest for transparency, we bring you another submission tip. These are regular juicy tidbits about our review process, and address issues that can trip up authors. This tip is aimed at AudioJungle authors, but may be relevant to authors in our other marketplaces.
Today we have a brief look at resubmitting soft-rejected items.
If your file gets soft rejected, and your are instructed to resubmit only the preview or main file, please do not attach the other one.
Chime in at the comments if you have any questions and thanks for reading!
Posted: 25 Oct 2011 04:46 PM PDT
Congratulations to this week's featured marketplace authors!
ActiveDen Featured Author: lhp
This week’s featured author is lhp, who has 4 items, including the newest from the Banner Rotators category.
AudioJungleFeatured Author: Yuar
This week’s featured author is Yuar, who has 100 items, including the newest from the Classical category.
ThemeForest Featured Author: Dream-Theme
This week’s featured author is Dream-Theme, who has 17 items, including the newest from the Photography category.
VideoHive Featured Author: Doren
This week’s featured author is Doren, who has 5 items, including the newest from the Special Events category.
GraphicRiver Featured Author: BitGorilla
This week’s featured author is BitGorilla, who has 19 items, including the newest from the Magazines category.
3DOcean Featured Author: polysense
This week’s featured author is polysense, who has 17 items, including the newest from the Furniture category.
CodeCanyon Featured Author: pixelentity
This week’s featured author is pixelentity, who has 5 items, including the newest from the Sliders category.
Tutorials Featured Author: emmajane
This week’s featured author is emmajane, who has 4 items, including the newest from the Marketing category.
PhotoDune Featured Author: Kobyakov
This week’s featured author is Kobyakov, who has 1702 items.
Posted: 25 Oct 2011 04:59 AM PDT
Coming from Nepal, studying in India, being a self-taught web developer, and loving football. This week we meet Satish Pokharel (RelStudios) from ThemeForest.
If you're an Envato marketplace author and would like to be interviewed for the blog, head over to this form. We'd love to hear from you.
Hi. I am Satish Pokharel, a Web Developer and Designer at RelStudios. I am 18 yrs old, and come from Nepal.
Currently I am doing my B.Tech (Engineering Course in IT branch) in India. My parents send money to help with my living costs, and I also have a chance to earn some little amount of money to cover my personal expenses.
I belongs to ThemeForest, which is one of the finest marketplaces at which I have ever worked. Mostly right now I sell site templates and landing pages, but soon I will also be selling WordPress templates.
It’s quite long and interesting story of my life in this web field. But I will try to make it shorter. I formally started on the web before I was one year old. But as my hobby was web development, I made some fancy stuff before I was 12 yrs old.
As I am from Nepal (a developing country), I didn’t have many resources for learning, and my parents didn’t even know what I was doing in front of a computers for hours and hours.
I am a self-taught guy. What I have learned so far I learned on my own.
Right now my home workspace is quite small, and I have limited resources. I have a Sony Viao laptop with a 320 GB hard drive and 3 GB RAM.
My advice and suggestion to other authors is to visualize the whole thing, and be creative enough to create good stuff. Be inspired by others, but don’t copy what they do. It’s a bad habit to copy – you end up always copying someone else’s work forever. So it’s better to create you own new stuff.
I tweet in Twitter and post my item links to Facebook. That’s all I do for marketing.
My three favorite files are :
I like these three files mostly because they have creative and unique design to stand out in the marketplace.
I like Manuel Cerventus (MCStudios), Chris (Sevenspark), and Scott Parry (iKreativ). I like them because they always helped me a lot in giving suggestions for my betterment. And they are all talented and nice guys.
Mostly in my spare time I play games, hang out with friends, watch movies, and play football. I love football, in fact.
Posted: 24 Oct 2011 07:23 PM PDT
This is the carefully-branded workspace of Kevin Whipps, contributing writer for iPhone.AppStorm. Click the images to view them full-size on Flickr.
I love this workspace. It looks comfortable, yet well-used. And there are interesting little knick-knacks all over the place.
What do you think of Kevin's workspace? Let us know in the comments.
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