Few moments ago my new HTML has been approved. I can’t post link here but you can see it as newest HTML in my portfolio.
It got really unusually low price for HTML / creative category it is posted in. Only 11 dollars!
It is common HTML template with all common features. I’ve searched through that category and find only one HTML that has that low price (somewhere in 4-5 page, name starts with S) it is nowhere near by features to my template.
I got unofficial answer that it is because of “item quality”. Now I’ve sent support ticket waiting for official explanation.
If you have new item policy then why not give higher price to templates with more features such pages/scripts etc instead of low price for standard features template like mine. This is not fair decision at all.
It is still Monday morning in America and because lot of customers are from America obviously reviewers are working similar to America’s working time and try to match time when after-weekend demand begins.
Getting better but unstable.
My sales dropped 50% compared to May and it started exactly on June 1st. It is obviously something with search. It’s too much sharp drop on exactly first day in month to happen just because of less buyers.
Your design has creative potential but unfortunately have basic typography and spacing errors that reviewer first looking at.
It seems that your design isn’t using any grid, footer columns have different sizes, headlines all has different spaces, no vertical rhythm.
Take a look for example box with “our skills” headline. Too much space between rows, the same is with “our services” box, “portfolio” headline is somewhere flying above and isn’t connected with the content that should represent.
I suggest you to study more basic typography and design theory. You have creativity for sure you just need more knowledge and practice.
If you don’t sell image with your template then in main files for download instead of image there will be placeholder image and customer have nothing from your nicely photoshoped preview image. That means it is better if you can add one more div above that image (or slider) in html that will contain that color hue so image can be replaced but color effect will stay. You can use http://hex2rgba.devoth.com/ for hue color css or small png transparent color images for background for that div (for old browsers).
In my opinion it can help for graphic design and illustration like posters, brochure, logo design etc. It can also help for creating web design templates but for that you will need to know something about usability of design, not just visual part. That is something that conventional artist needs to learn.