Yea..I’ll definitely need to make something first and see if I am good enough for this. There are so many great themes, that it’s not going to be easy
Time is the biggest problem now.. don’t have enough with fulltime job and diploma thesis on my neck :d
Indeed, that theme is good
@freshface yea too bad, I was already thinking about some beer meeting and discussion
hey! Gimme my thread back! Ah nevermind, my question is answered anyway
@keliah was that proof a picture of you, dancing drunk&naked at svobodak? :d
freshface: Thanks for info Nice to see a Czech guy to be successful here. btw: what city are u from?
Thanks for replies, I’ll definitely think about it.
do you think it is still possible to make good sales with wordpress themes as a ‘newcomer’ here? I have experience with both.. html/css and php (been doing webdesign for few years). I was always lazy to start with wordpress themes. But two months ago I quit freelancing and found classic fulltime job as software developer.
I don’t like my current job that much (because I work with SharePoint which I am starting to hate more and more). I am thinking about quitting and starting with wp themes, but I am afraid, that it’s too late now, because market is so crowded and looks really ‘full’ to me.
On the other side (and that’s what force me to wp themes) there are guys that produce still almost the same themes (just different names and sliders) and they are getting huge amount of sales
Are there any free positions left? I mean: Do you need any more people for anything or you already have enough? I am able to code html/css/js, do some php or design stuff
I don’t understand, why some people have to be so aggressive. You don’t have to reply, when you are not interested.
I am sure, there are many ‘young’ designers, who are building their portfolios by making some templates and selling them here. Some of these might be also interested in such job. Reputation is valuable thing to have next to cash.
I guess that most of webdesigners use Adobe Photoshop for design part. Coding is matter of personal taste. There are many IDE ’s and ‘simple’ text editors, you can use. If you are on Mac, then its either Coda or TextMate (I am not mac user, but those two editors are getting most attention). For Windows.. you have soo many choices. I prefer notepad++ for simple xhtml/css coding, then PhpDesigner for php.
Some additional info: smashingmagazine