Every time I play I get a score between 0 and 10 – then once, somehow, I got 103! I never got close again!
Nice idea, but perhaps a more advanced iPad app (like the current Photoshop app) would be better?
Although it would create a lot of extra work for the Support teams, I think a ‘report’, if you can call it that, button next to ratings would be a good idea.
If authors feel that a poor rating was given unfairly, they can click a button that temporarily removes the rating while it is investigated by Envato staff.
Obviously there would need to be ways of making sure that authors aren’t just trying to cover up bad reviews for bad items, perhaps by only allowing a very small number of ‘rating-reports’ a month. Also, if authors can provide evidence (or staff can see the review comments) that explain why the reviewer rated unfairly then the moderators could contact the buyer in question, saying that their review was temporarily removed as it was added on an unfair basis, and offer them an opportunity to explain to staff why they rated it so or let them change it.
Fortunately I haven’t yet experienced a nasty, unfair rating – but I thought I’d put some ideas forward incase I get one in the future!
On the whole I really like the new design, but I always liked the clear colour branding for each marketplace.
Fantastic app – I love it!
For so long I have used countless different Envato Apps, often using several at once to take advantage of each one’s different features. However, this app has everything I need all in one place, which is great!
I especially like the currency conversion feature, and love the beautiful interface. It’s a shame but understandable about the push notifications, but I would personally be more than willing to pay for such a feature if it worked well, as my other apps which ‘apparently’ include push notifications rarely work for me.
Anyway, thanks for such a wonderful app.
I’d go for the latest 13” MacBook Air – the battery life is very useful for web developing yet it is still more than powerful and fast enough for almost anything.
Hi, I don’t know if it’s just your live preview or if you’re not including any images with the download, but maybe make some placeholder images to show users (both looking at preview and those trying to implement their own images) how things look and work.
Also, more interesting typography should be used in the slider in order to get more attention. Perhaps try using the font you use for the main-title h1 with the slider text. Also on that note, keep the h1 font the same across all h tags you use to identify each section, to help make things more consistent.
I like the new design features, although if anything I would say the Portfolio circles are slightly too big and stand out too much from the rest of the design, but maybe that’s just a personal preference.
Also, I think the first main section (where it says Welcome) is slightly to tall, and would take up a little too much of the screen.
Finally, although it probably won’t matter to customers in the end, but if you improve the image isolation for John Miller in the team section it may help make the preview look more professional.
Be careful about the sponsors logos in your theme, as that can be a common reason for rejection.
See this Knowledgebase article: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/257/64/what-is-a-copyright-infringement which says:
The file must NOT include any brand names, logos or trademarks. For example: You cannot use an Apple or McDonalds logo, even if you have recreated it, photographed it, or altered it. You cannot use a photo of a watch if the brand name of the watch is legible.
Perhaps try not including these images in your download and explain how users can add in their own sponsor images.
Apart from that, I like the design!