If you’re using Photoshop primarily for UI work, make the jump to Sketch now.
Have used Sketch for a long time now, and it’s evolved greatly. Recommend it 100%.
I’m working on my latest theme using Sketch. 68 Artboards in total, and that one file weighs in at around 300MB, beat that Photoshop
Like ThemeProvince mentioned, choose some nice Fonts. Currently the Resume, and Blog sections for example look very dull.
The text in there just melds into one. Remember the majority of people are going to scan your design quickly, so you need to improve on the visual hierarchy there.
Those animations are still a little funky. Chrome on OSX judders as you scroll down the page. Not cool.
Maybe ease up on the animations also? That’s just total overkill in use there. Use that kind of stuff sparingly.
Themes that look truly awesome on first glance, then you look closer, at a bad understanding of typography, line height, white space, hierarchy, placement, purpose etc.. Just lacking simple refinement throughout.
Looks like they’ve just driven through the towns of Awwwards, Dribbble etc.. and said I’ll have a bit of this, that, and a bit of this, and loosely call themselves creatives!!
Yeah, that drives me crazy.
Can I be quite brutal in my review?
...The Equalizer was pretty damn good too.