My mom worked for IBM for many many years, so you know we had an IBM. The first one I can remember was our IBM PC AT (Advanced Technology).
From what I can remember it had a 6 MHz Processor and a 20MB Hard Drive.
I LOVED playing Tetris, Beemer (I think it is called snake) and Trucker on it when I was a kid.
Hmm I must be showing my age…
The average every day Firefighters, EMS and Police Officers.
As a buyer, I will NEVER buy an item unless it has a Live Preview (CSS excluded of course – though I do require a video before I buy).
Take it for what it is worth~
Well that is very surprising you did not once mention the actual product’s importance, just easy to use and install, very good to see how one consumer thinks.
The products importance? I am not sure I understand what you mean here. If I am looking at the live preview of an item, then it is in a very short list to be either bought, or book marked for later purchase so I would have to say the item I am looking at, at the time, is very important (to me at least). I have a bad habit of buying items, and never using them. Every item I buy ends up teaching me something, so I guess in the long run it is not wasted money.
Everyone works so hard here to provide great items, and the prices just cannot be matched. I have on numerous occasions bought an item more then once just to help support the author. I cannot seem to keep myself away from Envato market places.
I too will not buy any item unless it has a live preview (CSS Items must have a good vid). No Preview = No buy for me.
I also almost always remove the Envato frame as well. I also always look at the code – CSS , HTML and custom JS. I modify the items I buy extensively, and having good clean code is a high priority for me.
I will keep thinking of more things that influence the way I buy…
Well let’s see… I guess I base most of my purchases on feedback in the item’s comments. I look for comments that state that the item was easy to use/install, and I also look for questions asked by the buyers that get responses from the author. Questions asked and never answered stick out for me as a no buy item. Author rating does play a role, but a very small one. Item support after the sale is probably #1 for me though I very rarely ask for support, it is nice knowing if I have any issues I can get help.
One thing that does bother me is when a question is asked, and the author responds with “answered in email”. More then once I have had the same question, and now have to contact the author instead of reading the fix/answer right there where it was asked previously.
Just my 2c. Hope it helps!
Would love an invite too please. jenniferdperrin [at] gmail [dot] com
This is looking very robust and professional. I LOVE it. I am a bit confused on the User Roles. I created a new role “Clients” and tried to asign that role to a client I created “Bob Bohb” but when I logged in as Bob, I see he has more permissions then I intended.
It is a bit confusing about what gives what permission. Like: Can User Login” – This was also misleading, I thought it meant that user would be able to login as another user using a generated url like in Customer -> Contacts:
Auto Login Link right click – copy link [?]
Maybe renaming the option to something like “Activate Account” would be more accurate.
Will continue to look over the app and test it. It really does look awesome!!
Screenshot of the app I wrote to manage my own – just added that “envato” column to the dashboard – works quite well as a quick glance at how much I’m invoicing, receiving, spending, logging hours and earning on this marketplace.
(bogus values are due to demo mode)With this information in the system it is possible to estimate your financial position X months in the future based on previous trends.
Planning to add it your CodeCanyon portfolio?