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rvision_ says

Saw this a couple of days ago. It reminded me of ThemeForest instantly.

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digitalscience says

Saw this a couple of days ago. It reminded me of ThemeForest instantly.

Hahah this is brilliant :D

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digitalscience says

I preferred when websites were drawn pixel by pixel and the coolness factor was how small everything could be with mystery navigations and you spend most of the time trying to find content, and fonts weren’t bigger than 8 pixels high lol… now buttons are like 300 pixels x 200 pixels and anything 1 pixel is redundant.. things have changed. – also I’m really showing my age now :P

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icypixels says

I’m trying to introduce some new elements to ThemeForest with the current Creative theme I’m working on. Hopefully, people will like it ( buy it ).

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scaryphantasm says

I think the reason is Usability > Creative templates (as they may be confusing and overwhleming to some clients/buyers)

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AurelienD says

Saw this a couple of days ago. It reminded me of ThemeForest instantly.
That’s SO funny! Because that SO true! And it’s also a bit sad, actually.
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kaaz says

Creative designs ?? wait until HTML5/CSS3 become the majority of support (still IE holding us back)

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Pirenko says

Saw this a couple of days ago. It reminded me of ThemeForest instantly.
This is the funniest thing I saw in the past months :D
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Pirenko says

Creative designs ?? wait until HTML5/CSS3 become the majority of support (still IE holding us back)
I agree with this, because sometimes I don’t implement some stuff because of the lamme IE. And even IE 10 combined with Windows 8 is still causing trouble…
Anyway, honestly, when I release a new theme, I try to combine something that I think that will have good sales with my own style. Being Themeforest the main income for most authors, I think we all have to worry about the potencial number of sales.
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LGLab says

I can’t take many more of the big, boxed-or-fullwidth, huge fancy layer slider, 4-column services, 4-column portfolio items, 4-column blog posts, big footer, cardboard cutout themes. Any more and I think I’m going to throw up. Mike put it perfectly on his site a few months ago: http://mikemcalister.com/you-can-do-better-things/

Maybe Mike can show us how to do it then, because looking at the themes that he sells, I can’t see much creativity not to mention some of them might not even be approved on TF :P

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