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blabus says

So I just redesigned my portfolio website, and I was considering selling it as an HTML template here as well. But before I go through the additional work (documentation, etc.) I wanted to get opinions on whether or not people think it will sell.

So anyway, if you wouldn’t mind taking a peek at it and letting me know if it’s something you might buy (or you think someone else would buy), I’d appreciate it!

Here is the site (note that it’s not currently working in IE, as I haven’t yet fixed some bugs):

http://www.labusdesign.com/

Thanks!

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rvision_ says

I would drop the serif font (at least for navigation)

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blabus says

@FullTank: Yeah I may consider that. It looks alright on a Mac, but on Windows the text gets a bit difficult to read.

Anyone else have any thoughts on it? I’m still not sure whether or not it would be accepted.

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VisualSharing says

I’m not really sure if a template featuring only a portfolio section would be accepted, maybe you’ll add more things? :)

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SachaG says

I really like it, but I think you definitely need to make the font bigger and more readable.

A really great feature would be if the portfolio was automatically generated. For example, I would have a “web/” directory, a “print/” directory, each containing images, and the template would take it from there and generate the nav and thumbnails.

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