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Being brutally honest, you need to spend much more time studying basic design principals and typography.
This design is lacking in every department.
I’m with everyone else.
This design is waaay below par, it’s basic, elements don’t align, the background image is cut off on large screens when it should scale accordingly, the type, hierarchy and vertical rhythm are a mess.
This is the cold hard truth, go back to the drawing board and learn more about design in general before giving it another go.
No worries,good luck.
Just an idea for the devs.
Why not add 2 extra options to the item update form.
- Date: Automatically adds a date stamp when the update is uploaded.
- Reason: Lets the author add a reason for the update.
Then at the bottom of an item page you could output this data to automatically generate a CHANGELOG , pretty easy to implement and would be a huge improvement for buyers to see what has been updated and why, also how actively a developer keeps on top of his/her items.
Here you go dude: http://awesomescreenshot.com/07fae7s0c
Other than that work on the typography, if you’re going to use serif for headings, try sans for body. A nice stack would be Droid Serif and Droid Sans.
Give everything some breathing room, more padding etc…too squashed atm which makes bad readability.
Then polish the whole thing, better hr, nicer icons etc…
iKreativ saidI saw some themes of you on “that martkeplace”, why don’t you submit to TF? or they got rejections?
Sorry dude, but there are far better(looking) free themes.
The way the review process works is kinda like this:Technically advanced with sub par visuals = Approved Technically basic with outstanding visuals = Approved Technically basic with sub par visuals – Rejected
Dont put all of your eggs in one basket. Cross sales.