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Updated policies Hello, folks, this is Mike from the themed partnership team. There seems to be quite a general awareness that only a few topic suggestions are acceptable, and there is a (legitimate) feeling that the obstacle to getting a topic into the topic shop is very high. At the beginning of 2016, we significantly revised the topic filing policy.

Rather than just ordering a few jumpg pictures, we began ordering both portable and desktop models with InVision, as well as a description of the products that will help us resolve the issue for our dealers and/or clients. Ever since, the submissions have improved drastically in terms of content but there have still been a few puzzles for topic designers about the specifications.

Rather than asking the topic creators to submit us a description of the products and all the documentation on the designs at the same go, we chose to split things into smaller parts. In a nutshell, the entry phases now look something like this: Proposal is now the only necessary documentation for a first topic presentation.

We' d also like to see what kind of designing skills you have, so it's a requirement to include a repository or link to other work you've done. It' s difficult to overestimate the importance of the description of the products, and yet this area seems to get the least attention from the topic developer.

Consider the description of the products as the point of departure for your topic; all your designs and UX choices should come from it. This letter should be the first thing you work on when you create your topic template. All too often we see cases where a themes designer has tried to transfer a description of a particular item to an already existent one.

I am often asked by themes programmers what kind of issues we want to resolve with new themes. It' s a good one, but we don't want to be too much of a part of the topic developer's work. We need a letter that contains both substantive opinion and factual research that describes the need and relevance of a given issue, chance and workaround.

"We need a letter of intent in the broadest possible meaning, consisting of both subject matter and research, describing the need and value of a perception of a problem, a chance and a resolution. This is a feature that provides dealers with an important chance not to specifically address other topics in the themed shop.

This is a topic aimed at retailers who want to concentrate on the market and the history behind their wares. This is a topic that is aimed at a specific group of retailers who are not addressed by topical topics in the topic shop. This is a topic aimed at retailers who want to link their geographical locations with their websites.

There is too much subjectivity in the issue and the answer and no kind of research. It will be conspicuous and have a very powerful impact visually. There is too much concentration or too much space between the two. Issue: There is a shortage of topics that are selling bridal gowns.

I' m going to be focusing on dealers who want to market bridal gowns. Rather than sketching a issue and a resolution, the description of the products concentrates on a listing of functions that are incorporated into the topic. The topic will contain multi-level navigations, adhesive headers, zooms, banner ads, etc.

Issue and specified resolution are based on application integration. Issues must be left to their own devices to resolve important issues, as applications cannot be combined with issues. Retailers who decide to use my topic can use the x-app to resolve a specific issue. As soon as your letter is accepted, you are prepared to go further into the designing stage.

In general, we consider designs to be purely personal, but there are definitely certain set of guidelines and best practice that we take into account in our reviews, such as layouts (flow, hierarchies, balances and contrasts) and good use of type, colour and negativityspaces. Most importantly, the subject's overall look and feel must work together smoothly with the issue and resolution described in the letter.

Also, it is important to prevent your designs from looking too similar to other designs in the themes memory. It is important to think about UX in connection with designing from the very beginning. The way the retailer and the client deal with the issue is very important. When reviewing the subject matter, we thought a great deal about whether or not certain aspects of the retailer experience were too complicated for a retailer to set up the subject.

For this reason, we would like to see replicas of how the themes will look for all the outstanding functions of your themes. If, for example, your topic includes a preference or feature that is new or unusual for other topics, we would like to see how you imagine the retailer who sets it up.

Is it possible for the retailer to create a specific topic item in one go, or does the whole thing involve several go-downs? If you offer too many themes, this can cause retailers to make bad decisions about designs and create flashy store fronts. The offer of too sophisticated an option can result in a migration of traders. It is up to the themes preferences to manage the dealer correctly here.

It is important to point out that a topic that has been created from a pure esthetic point of view is not what we are looking for; the UX, designer and production descriptions must all work together. "It is important to stress that a subject that has been created from a pure esthetic point of View is not what we are looking for; the UX, the styling and the description of the products must all work together.

With regard to focusing, the next item on the shortlist (after the description of the product) is the cell phone, which is often ignored. We' re driving the wireless business forward intensively in 2017 and are pleased that the issue sketched out in your description and the solutions can be transferred smoothly to the wireless platforms. After your desktops are approved, the last step is to enter your design for verification.

Further information can be found in our check lists for topic checks. In summary, it can be said that our aim with the recent updating of the rules for submitting topics is to better rationalize the whole procedure and put more emphasis on it. Our aim is to help topic designers to take a clearer look at the overall issue, which in turn leads to a higher level of topic proposal and a higher acceptance rate.

A few last pieces of last resort, think not only of the look and look of the subject, but also of its intended use, its singular functions and the value it will bring. Do you have a question about the New Topic Policy?

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