Stick with what you feel most comfortable with – originally I designed in-browser only, but in recent times my workflow changed.
I now begin the design in Photoshop because I find it faster to experiment with fonts, colours etc and to quickly mockup complex elements (rather than having to actually worry about the js / plugin functionality behind them)
More often than not though, once i get in browser, certain things tend to shift around a little, so the entire design process is more fluid up until the final stages of development.
Yay, we are going to be this weeks featured author!!
I’d say the contrast of the italic text ‘my role’, ‘achievements’ etc against the background make it a little difficult to read.
Also, ditch the left padding on the #wrap div when the screen goes below 767px, it looks squished.
Apart from that, it’s a neat little template. I’ve seen far worse get approved!
Here’s our entry for the Sports & Recreation category:
Somnus – Yoga Studio Template
We had a great time researching the needs of the yoga studio niche and producing a look and feature set that really suits this business type. The copy is written in general terms so that any yoga studio can replace the ‘Somnus’ name with their own brand to get up and running quickly.
Good luck to all entering the competition!
Yay, we surpassed 10,000 sales recently!
Perhaps to get around the “Seller leaves marketplace and site goes down” problem, maybe in the future, Envato could host a standardised documentation system? This would be great for authors and buyers would get a more consistent experience. Updating docs in two places is a nightmare! Additionally, having docs tied to an Envato account would thwart pirates, who currently receive a nice neat zip with everything they could ever need the whole package – if docs were online, only those who purchase the item would have easy access to the docs… Just a thought
Never a more deserving author, congrats Tom!
Our item was featured this week, and we became Level 8 authors recently – Yay!
I don’t see the buyer location anywhere on our invoice CSV, is this happening yet? Both the instructions page you linked to and the statement page make it seem like this is already live, but the March 5th blog post imply that it’s still in the works..
From your statement page you can download a CSV that shows each sale and relevant location information for those buyers.
The CSV file contains additional details, such as the buyer/author location.
Could you clarify for us, please? Cheers