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This is our first attempt at a theme on themeforest.

Just after some feedback on a homepage PSD design at this stage, particularly interested in the meaning of uniqueness and whether this would pass, as well as design aesthetic, but any feedback is welcome.

I guess at this stage we just don’t wanna go too far in the wrong direction, develop it then find out some flaw in the design.

Home http://dominik.server280.com/JobFolder/Neon/20120430/index.html - Home – Custom (This one is just to show that the header background & feature highlight color can be customisable) http://dominik.server280.com/JobFolder/Neon/20120430/pages/page_1.html


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Looks pretty good, but that border needs to go, makes it look old…”light” is the in thing these days. I find the footers are neglected with most themes, I believe that is an area someone might really cash in on one day. If a looker spends enough time on a webpage to make it to the footer, shouldn’t they be enticed to stick around? I also think social links (icons) should be more aimed at the general public..not developer sites like dribble, deviant, etc. A Pinterest theme would shoot thru the roof in sales! Sure wish I knew how to code :(

These of course are only my opinions

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