I ask for a psd because when the client asks for a color change on the graphic, it is a lot easier and a huge time savor to include the psd.
With or without a PSD file, you still have to go and make CSS changes. Personally I design 1 single PSD and for every style change I apply a color/hue/saturation correction on the already sliced images in the image folder through a batch action, and go to the CSS for final re-touches.
It’s much easier than re-coloring every single PSD file…getting the right size of the sliced image…. make the slice…. and then go to the CSS .
Much faster. In previous projects it took me 2 hours when modifying the PSD to produce a new color scheme. Using the batch color correction it took me 15 minutes with all the CSS modifications.
+ Tahoma for me Just love that font. ThemeForest loves it too I see.
Self made man. I was suppose to be an electrical engineer.
Not to be a troll, but the design looks kind of “regular” at this point.
I myself had all my PSD templates rejected by ThemeForest until now, so I know what you’re feeling. Try making something that hasn’t been done until now. I know the reviewers are tough, but that’s why TF is so great. They get all the creativity out of you. Like a bad-as* art teacher.
Maybe you should try getting some nice and very good feedback from http://www.conceptfeedback.com before submitting it again.
I have done it in the past and got some useful advices from the community before sending the mocks to a client.
What’s up with these prices?
For more specialized purposes, Adobe offers four other collections aimed at different companies and professionals, CS5 Design Premium for $1,899, CS5 Web Premium for $1,799, CS5 Production Premium for $1,699 and CS5 Design Standard for $1,299. Upgrade pricing is also available, starting from $599 for each of the specialized packages and $899 for the CS5 Master Collection. The Adobe Creative Suite 5 is expected to be available for purchasing in the next 30 days.
I don’t support IE6 , I will never support IE6 anymore in my entire lifeSame here!
Good questions. I would love an answer to this too.
Personally I like to code in some warning messages like the ones seen on ie6nomore