Mockups make everything look amazing, it may help to post picks of just the design itself.
Nexa (although a good font) seems to be getting seen quite a bit. Try to mix up your typography a and make the card a little more unique. You may also want to consider working with the design on the back a bit more as well.
The colors look good as well as the overall layout, but again providing just the design for feedback may get you some better responses.
Thanks Madalincmc, I hear you loud and clear. Mistakes do happen and whenever we can spot something like this in the forums we all do our best to make sure everything is right. This is why it is so important to reach out to the community. We are all here to push each other to grow – and to learn from each other.
Reviewers are still here to offer advice and high quality feedback – but the forums are the proper place to address this in order to keep the queues moving quickly – and everyone happy.
We should all feel free to post our items in the community before or after a review to ask each other how we can better our work.
From my experience, higher priced items typically sell slightly less, but it evens out in the long run since you’re making slightly more. The monthly average (sales/income) in the portfolio section helps when deciding whether or not requesting a price change makes sense. If your item is really new, give it a chance to make some sales before comparing numbers – focusing on a long-term earning strategy. Also, you may want to take other things into account such as support – since selling fewer items at a higher price also means providing less support. Since the item is part of a series, there are also ways to use your other series items as “entry-level” purchases to promote and boost sales for your more expensive item. I’m sure you’ll get plenty of great advice
Best of luck!