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Not exactly for logos only but can be used as such: Dribbble (invite only) Forrst (invite only) FavWork There are also numerous forums dedicated to design criticism such as: HOW Design Forum Graphic Design Forums
Take a shot at ViewScore and retrevo. Both of which aggregate the ranks and reviews of various sources and shopping sites. The latter slants more toward electronics. For both sites they will show you snippets of the original reviews with a link to the source site for the complete write-up.
Unfortunately to this moment Google not provide such feature to list all our reviews and ratings from Google Play. But there is method to search all of ours reviews by typing to google.com phrase: inurl:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details +"John Doe" where John Doe is our name we use in Google+, but of course this name should be unique.
If you are looking for a high quality community to join check out http://logolounge.com/. You have to pay to join, but that helps keep the quality of work posted on the site very high. You can read articles of inspiration for free. You should also look into joining your local AIGA chapter http://www.aiga.org. From there you will have the ability to take ...
There is no way to publish an anonymous review or post of Google+. I haven't heard of any plans to support anonymity. However, Google+ recently changed their "Real Names" policy. Real names are no longer required. If you want to post without connection to your real name, you have to create a pseudonymous account. Then, you can post under the ...
There is no longer a way to leave anonymous reviews using Google+. I have found most reviewers to leave honest feedback and most businesses strive to make improvements in response to customer feedback. I find this policy change of showing people's names forced on Google. Being an anonymous user gives people the power to say things they never would normally. ...
This isn't possible for the following reasons: Amazon only allows sorting when you have selected a Department The only review based sorting option available is by Avg. Customer Review There are a few Amazon community threads that have specifically asked for this search ability due to it being available on other sites, but so far no action taken.
Here's the reply I received when I asked Amazon this question: Different editions, bindings, or versions of a title are often linked in our system so customers can easily find the version they're looking for. In such cases, the same reviews appear on the product detail pages for all versions. Such content sharing allows us to provide ...
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