As for me, everything is too big. Heading are too big, menu font-size us too big, search box is too big, latest tweet, captions and so on. Also consider giving more space beetwen the elements because they can’t “breathe”. And the main thing is probably to make your theme more unique… Not my wish but that’s probably what reviewer will say when are done with previous issues.
Hope that helps.
Well this is not a recent photo (about 2 years ago) but is the only one where i look decent , i don’t remember if i was in a wedding or something like that, anyway I’m with my girlfriend that’s all that matters.
Well if you were on YOUR wedding I think that would have mattered
I wouldn’t go larger that 2nd. Alternatively, you can make tab size bigger.
As I know, justifying is something like an old tradition and is used so widely just because people get used to it. Hovewer, in terms of readability so-called ragged (not justified) text is much easier to read becuase it has equal word spaces, while justified text doesn’t (it must be set by experinced professional to get rid of these unequal spaces and it also takes time). Moreover, eye really catches the end of the line easier in ragged text, while in justified it is harder so reading speed is also slows down.
If you read magazines you’ll notice that many of them have no justified text at all.
In conclusion you should never use justifid text on the web – it is one of the greatest usability mistakes (in addition other designers will laugh at you :)). It’s hard to achieve good justified text in programs purposed for that like InDesign and it’s really impossible to make it with CSS .
Hope that helps.
One more thing: I’m not very good in English but I think your first logo word must be spelled like “Beautiful”, not “Beutiful”
1. Shower and groom myself. Simply showering, and feeling clean, can do wonders for me Instant pick me up! 1. I take a walk, going for a run or go to the gym.
It seems like a one-step formula (look at the numbers).
I also would rather feel depressed after doing some hard exercises in the gym, not before .
Concerning the topic, music is the thing that saves me from sadness.
In addition to previous answers I suggest making top menu smaller because it will overlap the logo if additional elements are added. Also line-height of headings (on portfolio page) seems too big for me.
Good luck with the sales! Got my first template aprroved just a couple days ago
Clarify please the following thing: I see many authors use in their templates icons licensed under CC Attribution license but only a few of them put a link to the icon set in the template directly. So is it enough to credit icons only in template description and not to provide the link in the template itself? Thanks in advance.
Thanks for you replies!
But it’s rather strange and not honest at all, isn’t it? I mean, the review process is very subjective and for one reviewer you must provide only top class design and for other just ordinary average design is enough?
So your design approval is just a question of luck (you get to the “right” reviewer), not professionalism?