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Flinzar says

So i made my first psd theme for themeforest and got rejected… :P

So please give me suggestions on how to improve it or i should totally leave it.. here it is:

White Version:



Black Version:

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Dutchflow says

Hi i got my psd reject to. Maybe you can give me some feedback on mine to :)

What i see on your design is that is is a little empty. Try to use some photo’s and work on your navigation to.

Good luck.

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Flinzar says
Kingboekie said
Hi i got my psd reject to. Maybe you can give me some feedback on mine to :)

What i see on your design is that is is a little empty. Try to use some photo’s and work on your navigation to.

Good luck.

ok thanks..now i have to delete all other pages and then start from the beginning..hehe..

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Denoizzed says

No offence, but you’ll need to learn much more things about webdesign and then try again :)

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Denoizzed said
No offence, but you’ll need to learn much more things about webdesign and then try again :)

+1

I totally agree with Denoizzed, you need to learn more about design, hierarchy, spacing, color theory etc…

Go back to the drawing board, look at Dribbble, Forrst and such and then practise creating individual elements.

Once you’ve got a grasp on design elements then start putting it all together for a full design.

Scott

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