Pretty neat. Would be better if they had a search function and filter by category/genre.
Honestly I’d start over. Sounds harsh, but there’s nothing you can really do to this which will make a big difference. At least nothing short of changing all of the content, and then it’s just easier to start from scratch.
Simply put.. Be more inspired by your own ideas and don’t look at the high selling WP themes so much. Try to come up with something unique.
You might get more results posting this to FreelanceSwitch.
trying to find a template like YouTube, Ustream, Justintv, so I can have users sign up and upload their videos, pics, etc.
Any idea where I can find in theme-forest or elsewhere?
If anyone’s up for the task, I’m willing to make this a paid job as wellThanks!
What’s your budget?
||+521758|graphicmind said-|| I’ve got the red paw! Thank you authors, buyers, and staff!
Congrats dude Cheers to silver paw and beyond!
I used to get blocks a lot.. dunno what changed. Maybe the Army changed my mentality? I think the biggest issue now is designing for so long I feel like I lose my sense of what’s even good haha.
||+521398|seal said-|| First of all most of the templates here ARE NOT with fluid layout, I don’t know how you got confused on that. Second, to expect that one layout will look great on your 23” full hd monitor and with the same quality on 320×480 smartphone is ridiculous. One can argue that there are many smartphones with 480×800 – true. However the most likely way web will develop is to have layout optimized for monitors and have a second css definition or layout for mobile devices or devices with lower resolution. I’m dealing with web design 12 years now and at least 8 of them there were some self proclaimed web guru that was saying how the future is to the fluid design. Funny how I still see at least 8 out of 10 sites with fixed size:-)
Only in the past 4 years has the mobile market become tangible for web browsing. It’s become such a “trend” now, because this means the content can degrade based on screen size and look great on not only the standard 1024, but also the much more recently common larger screens, as well as mobile screens.
I would indeed say responsive design is the future.. Not necessarily in the sense that it is today. But screen sizes will never be standardized and as interface design becomes more and more studied, learned, and evolved, it’ll become more necessity to have adaptive designs.
||+521548|SimonIJ said-|| Why is it so hard to get a dribbble invite?.
I think if i get one i will be better to design.is there some one that wanna trade 1 dribbble for 1 Forrst.com?
There’s a reason why Dribbble requires an invite to get in. The members of Dribbble want to keep it as top quality as possible. You’re expected to have good design already when you become a full member.
Now I’m not saying your design is bad, but there’s no way to judge if you don’t even post your work up when asking for an invite But simply offering a trade to get in is not really the right mentality.
||+521477|turkhitbox said-||||+521476|crozer said-|| It won’t get accepted, sorry. Not in the PSD , WP or HTML categories. You need to work much more on your design aesthetics. Or, if you’re a full-blown coder, impress the reviewers with mind-blowing features (such as Striking did). Good luck!
I actually don’t get why it won’t get accepted. If u-design, striking or karma is accepted, this one should be, too.Generic themes sell more, that’s a fact.
If you look at the top Business themes, there are differences, though. The theme in question seems like it was pretty much directly taken from the Striking theme.