Thanks! It’s nice plugin but an archive from github is broken. Anyone has it?
Yep, the same. It decreases into the habit in due course, but sometimes I worry a lot
I can suggest you to polish coding skills because your layout is not good at all. Also check a difference between look and feel of your template and of any one from Themeforest.
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Totally agree with VF. At nowadays there are too many new items get approved on the same day and popular files go out too fast. I think Envato staff already working on some kind of solution
As for me design is nice but a bit generic. I think it is somewhere between typical and minimal design, but neither the one nor the other. If you want a minimal design, you should review the typography and whitespace. If typical, then add more details that would attract the attention of buyers.
Design is a more important part of the work for TF, IMO . Usually 50/50 – designer/developer, not a couple hundred dollars
While I agree that a couple hundred dollars is somewhat low for the amount of work, I disagree that it’s worth 50%, considering how many hours of work that have to be put into converting a PSD into a fully functional website. Like I said before though: the low flat rate would only be for the first item. The reason for this is that in order to pay you more, I have to make more money first. After I start making money, I would be more than willing to pay larger amounts. I have to start somewhere thoughAlso, I tend to try and avoid the partnership business model, because there is no guarantee that the contracted individual will actually get paid for his/her hard work. The flat rate model that I proposed would make it so that I personally assume all of the risk. However, if a designer is willing to take the risk of doing a partnership, then I’ll be open to negotiating a fair profit split, or alternatively doing a combination of a profit splitting with a low flat rate.
Yes, I know how many hours devs spend on conversion, but PSD is a basis of quality work and the result – high sales in the future. A code and theme features is a secondary question. For this reason, I believe that designer/coder or dev have to split 50/50.