Dream-Theme said@Dream-Theme – a lot of little irony, but unfortunately in most that’s true.
- it feels not up to date;
- this particular combination of right angles, round angles and shadows looks scruffy;
- seems like this item was rejected before and reviewer said that there are “issue with visual hierarchy, spacings and overall typography”. So you’ve improved that (but not completely) and now it’s dissonant with overall design;
- pictures and icons on demo looks like ones from TemplateMonster in 2003One more IMO : I feel that you have guts to improve it. don’t quit.
I’m using Skeleton.
Some developers are developers and implement shortcodes and page templates themselves and not copy-pasters to use plugins and just implement them in a normal html template and then expecting to get 1000 sales. full HTML theme != wordpress theme
Agree and many times “premium features” come first than WP standards… just because the competition between authors. Having generators and 1000 options doesn’t help when a theme is missing the most basic and important things.Some authors are lucky because the most of buyers don’t have tech skills and so they look at the features list only
But they’re getting money and their clients are happy.
100% fair deal you say? If he’s reffering to his theme, I’m afraid it’s quite too generic for me, it’s not responsive, it doesn’t have shortcodes, page templates so it’s all the developer’s job. As far as I can see on your profile, you’re a designer and not a developer, so obviously you want 50%, which is OBVIOUSLY not a fair price. The developer must offer support, must keep his code updated, must fix the bugs, you don’t care at all about any of this stuff.
50/50 is fair even without coded HTML version.
I was looking for any info but I didn’t find it. Thanks!
I mean projects for individual clients.
Many people want feedback from other authors, so what are you talking about guys? KobusSwartz’s landing page or generally about evaluating themes?