Posts by ReaxionGraphics

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  • Has been part of the Envato Community for over 3 years
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ReaxionGraphics says

In a way I’m repeating but might be more specific, I think you need way more right and left margin/padding in your containers. The easiest to spot is in the footer, like how “© Ziliander 2012” touches the left side of the footer, and making your “read more” columns narrower will naturally give you more space to work with! I suppose once your padding is done, just make sure it is consistent from top to bottom…

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  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
ReaxionGraphics says

I’m wondering if you should skip to HTML template? Logic would say it would be easier to sell to the masses if they can really dig what you are getting at and try out the concept… that’s just me!

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ReaxionGraphics says

I’ll put it another way – you have all the essential content and spacing blah blah blah done, figure out a twist on the homepage or something and run with it – just my 2 cents!

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ReaxionGraphics says

Honestly, it looks like a free theme from Wordpress.org – just like the reviewers, I’d say take a look at more Premium Themes here and take some do some comparisons!

Good luck!

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ReaxionGraphics says

I won’t say much since I haven’t made my first submission – but did you submit it without sample image content?

It looks like a good start but I think you need to build it up creatively – if you submit it again you’ll probably get the “it looks like a free theme” or something, and then you’ll get the “look at the themes of our top sellers ” or something… but I think you have a nice clean framework to start with, you’re just half done!

Good luck!

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ReaxionGraphics says

Honestly the theme is sooo Plain Jane. Yes, in the real world of design it’s fine and a client would love it, but WOW factor is needed for selling here and is something it lacks.

Yes, I haven’t released a theme here yet, but I just did a similar design for a client, the clock says 03:52:53 (4hrs) and it is approved for a full website, but I’m not sure I’d complain if it got rejected if I submitted it here – it’s nice but not Themeforest material.

http://www.jandg.ca/vbj/

Go back and shake up that design! Get a bit edgy! If you have honestly been working on it for months and not 4 hours like me :) you might be in a rut with the design need to turn it upside down!

Go for it! :) Great doesn’t necessarily = TF

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ReaxionGraphics says

I guess I haven’t seen all templates because it seems pretty cool to me! But I suppose the reviewers know what they have!

I think being like other designs might have put a sour taste in their mouths and it may have slanted the review. I agree, rack your brain on innovating the heck out of some of it, but I also think improving some of your dummy content (filling it out a bit more) might give you more of an edge the next time around.

Hopefully someone with more Themeforest experience will comment!

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ReaxionGraphics says

Keep at it, but so far it looks like an inside page vs the homepage at the most! But judging by the improvements from version 1 you are on the right track.

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ReaxionGraphics says

I just have to say you’ve improved it a lot! Keep going! :)

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ReaxionGraphics says

You might have too much space above and below your slider… maybe tighten it up a bit? I’d also add more style to the slider… darker and slightly bigger drop shadow? I’ll let you figure that out, but see if you can jazz it up!

L8r!

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