Ok, this is my first item, so rejection is not something I havent been expecting but honestly I didn’t think the reason will be design. Maybe there are some principles that I havent been aware of, etc.
Anyway, the reviewer didn’t provide me any concrete feedback because I quote:
This template is not ready for ThemeForest. Your template does not provide a unique enough design with the necessary design quality, features and options to compete in the marketplace at this time. It requires improvements in term of design, visual hierarchy, typography, layout and its aesthetic quality but most importantly, its uniqueness and how the design is executed.
At this stage in the design I am, unfortunately, not able to provide more specific feedback other than what I’ve stated above (the design needs overall, general improvements). With further improvements I may be able to provide more specific feedback.
Please someone experienced on the marketplace or a designer-only guy help me get started because I’m kinda lost now. I thought my design is ok. I would appreciate any kind of feedback, general explanation and directions.
And the theme itself:http://jgrozdanovlivedemos.co.cc/screens/
thanks for your fast reply, readactor.
Hello, all of you designers, developers, theme selling businessmen and the other of you talented, vigorous people.
I’m a newbie here, I’ve read the terms very carefully, passed the author test and now I’m seeing something that I’m not really sure about.
Am I allowed to sell every part of a theme separated? For example, I start a creative wordpress theme. I design the psd, upload it to the PSD Templates section. After that I code the html/css part and upload it to site templates. And then I do the back-end and upload my fully customizable wordpress theme.
Is that allowed? Personally, I don’t think that’s illegal but the opposite – it gives the customer variety. On the other hand, it causes the marketplace to float.
So would you please enlighten me on the subject.
Thanks in advance, JGrozdanov