I did have a few issues when browsing on my iPhone like scroll buttons on the men’s and women’s fashion section stacking when in landscape mode and it was a little difficult to scroll up and down because of the touch controls you have on the product sliders, but nothing I would say is a hard reject.
Also the newsletter sign up popup was hanging over the edge of the screen on mobile. One other thing that happened on my phone was when the nav that contained the shopping basket hit the top of the screen a login panel appeared on it’s own. Not sure if that’s intended functionality but was an odd user experience.
I didn’t see anything major, but I guess just the general design isn’t a total award winner on my mobile, but it’s by no means low quality. That’s just my personal opinion as is any critique on design. Maybe a few tweaks to ui/ux will help you on your way?
Wish reviewers could give more detail to help when hard rejecting, it’s hard to pinpoint anything wrong with the design really
Hi guys, anyone got any comments?
Ha I was late to the party. RIP!
I must have been the only one who liked it looking at the responses on here
Probably why it’s dead!
Well it will be soon, turning it off on the 31st http://blog.creattica.com/post/85480168113/creattica-is-closing-down-on-may-31
Shame, you’d have thought a company with envato’s resources would have been able to re-invent the site and make it work. Was a nice place to promote good quality works.
VectorMedia saidA few days ago I started a new full time job. I give myself a month to think about my strategy here. I really love Envato and all friends I met here so I’ll stay till the end. Onward & Upward + Patience = It’s me
Maybe now you should focus more on one account.
Nice account switch there, red to silver paw! Does seem quantity has become the strategy of some authors, many with 1 or 2 sales on each item, but they have a portfolio of 50 items.
If it was me, unless it makes your item look poor, I’d let him use your item in his preview., as long as the link to your item remains. He might be referring a few sales your way. But he should have asked before using your work.
I know you can use photodune previews in your templates without consulting, but that’s stock photography, somehow seems different if it’s artwork or a site theme.