- Envato’s Most Wanted – $1,000 Reward for the First 40 Illustrator Actions
- Spoid Along to AudioJungle Music and FX
- $2,000 Booty Claimed: Envato’s Most Wanted Winners Announced
- D’Nelle Joins Support
- Your Say: How do you keep your to do list?
Posted: 12 Apr 2012 10:51 AM PDT
We’re putting a $1000 bounty on the heads of Envato’s most wanted file type – Illustrator Actions on GraphicRiver. The first 40 files uploaded (and subsequently approved) to GraphicRiver each get $25 (with a maximum of 4 files or $100 per author).
Examples of What We’re Looking For
In short, it’s a race to see who can quickly submit quality content based on the following criteria:
Where Files Should be Submitted
It's as simple as that! The first 40 files to be uploaded (and subsequently approved) based on the above requirements win! Please note that we have some more specific rules to outline and clarify:
Posted: 12 Apr 2012 04:00 AM PDT
The authors of Spoids chose AudioJungle for the background music and effects. Congratulations to a huge list of AJ authors – see below. And they have also given us three copies of the game to give away. Interested? Stay tuned for the details of how to win next week!
But before we get to the authors and tracks chosen for the game, check out the game trailer. It looks brilliant!
Music and sound effects used in the game were created by AudioJungle members garethcoker, soundrepository, Symphony-of-Specters, LockeRoberts, clublime, yio, brandtz, UnlimMedia, soundengine, WTBaldoumas, and paweqq.
Here are the tracks.
Again, a huge congratulations to all of the authors involved. And keep an eye out for how to win a copy of the game.
Posted: 12 Apr 2012 01:30 AM PDT
Last month Josh Sprague announced the "Envato's Most Wanted" competition. $2,000 worth of bounty was up for grabs – $50 each for the first 40 web and technology related photo manipulations to be submitted to PhotoDune.
Well, time's up, and the bounty has been grabbed. Congratulations to the winners, who you’ll find listed below.
Congratulations once again and keep an eye out for future Envato's Most Wanted events across all our marketplaces!
Posted: 11 Apr 2012 11:13 PM PDT
She's been kind enough to let us interview her and I hope you're just as impressed with what D'Nelle can bring to the table as we are!
Let's all give her a big Envato Community welcome!
Errr…will I stick out like a sore thumb? Here goes: I have a B.S. in Family Science and Psychology and have primarily worked in the realm of domestic violence, child abuse, homelessness, developmental disability, medical marketing and non-profit administration. The opportunity to work for Envato was such a breath of fresh air; I’m constantly looking to develop different skills.
I’m a good Midwestern girl, having spent my formative years in Nebraska and South Dakota. I just moved from Salt Lake City, UT to Boulder, CO, and we split our time between there and Nashville, TN. Since I consider Denver to be “my city”, I could go on and on about the diversity, nightlife and quick exit to the mountains. What a beautiful spot.
I’ve spent my free time as commissioner for marriage/relationship education and body combat and spinning instructor with recurring roles in music collaborations, design projects and fitness dvds. Now I am focusing on the arrival of our baby boy due in June, and planning a wedding sometime after. I hope to remember post-baby that I love to read, work out and drink Dark and Stormy’s.
I haven’t had one since November, so I am excited to finally transform a spare bedroom into an office. I like having gadgets, highly questionable comedic material and coffee close at hand. There’s a blank Post It note hanging up as a reminder of how my co-worker would mail them out to me individually to protest our old company’s ridiculous policies on conserving costs.
I used to want the power to read people’s minds, but my career kind of killed that desire. Now I just focus on fitting into the outfit that Kate Beckinsale wears in Underworld and wreaking havoc through roundhouse kicks.
Posted: 11 Apr 2012 05:35 PM PDT
We all have hundreds of things to keep track of every day – things to do, people to see, places to go. Some tasks are urgent, and there will be an immediate disaster if you don’t get them done. Others are important, but the consequences of not doing them may take years or months to become obvious. How do you keep track of everything you need to do?
We asked this question way back in 2010, but this time we’ll make it more specific with a poll. The options in this poll are inspired by the answers you gave in the comments back then.
Are you an old fashioned guy or girl and prefer pen and paper for the job? Or do you have an elaborate system using a particular productivity app on your computer, phone or tablet?
Tick the boxes that best describe you on the poll, and fill us in on the details in the comments.
And do you follow a particular productivity philosophy or workflow? Has it made a positive difference to your productivity? Let us know in the comments.
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