Can anyone recommend a User Review related WordPress Theme? I’m looking for something with a similar functionality as Yelp that would allow users to write reviews.
Thanks for the quick responses. I am going through the ports now, and sending an email with the details to ask for quotes.
Looking for a logo designer that’s reasonably price for a pleasant logo design. I am easy to work with, and only just looking for a professional logo design for a site. I usually work with one specific designer so I am loyal, however my previous designer is not available for work and now is a great time to create a new business relationship.
SITE TYPE :(Positive Online Magazine)
LOGO TYPE : Wordmark or Combomark—Like to leave it up to the designers interpretation.
LOGO COLOR : Open, But would like to include a nice blue. More details will be emailed once we establish a connection.
FORMATS : Will be used for Website, Shirts, Flyers and Business Cards. (PNG, Illustrator, PSD , TIF and Jpeg)
SITE THEME : http://boulevard.themesector.com/blog/
It would be really nice if any of these ideas have been implemented, to let us know on this thread so we can check it out.
One thing to consider before making a final decision is how do you plan to send these faxes; tradicional fax machine, fax software, or online fax service.
Thanks for the response. I plan on using it mainly for word to send the fax via efax. What format do you save the PSD in to import into word?
Excuse my ignorance on the subject, however I would like to know how someone else is using the templates? For instance the Fax template is given in a PSD , AI, and EPS formats. Do you use these in PSD every time you need to send a fax, or is there a preferred method to make one of these files a Word Template? Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
I was looking for the same thing and found this one. Hope it helps. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/booking/screenshots/
More Business Specific Other Than Generic Corporate Theme
- Lawn Care Business
- Nail Salon Business
- Crafts and Jewelry
- Small Restaurant Shops
- Community Websites
- Community Sports Websites (Soccer Leagues)
Any of these would be great!
I use Themeforest to purchase themes to build sites for myself and customers. The design and layouts of the themes here are amazing for the price. As a consumer wish, it would be nice to see complete packages here. Yes the cost would rise but it would make me ecstatic when proposing solutions to customers.
1. XHTML \CSS Site or WordPress 2. Email Templates 3. Corporate ID Package a. Business Card b. Envelope c. Letterhead d. Invoice e. etc..
When a buyer views a theme, it’s rare that they would prefer it to be altered completely. Most buyers buy using emotion, and when they see the default theme that makes them happy, they prefer to stick with what they see. To expect every customer to want a major modification from what you have created is not reasonable, so when putting the product together please be considerate of the font, graphics and editable items. If there is a considerable amount of additional cost after purchase to obtain similar results, it creates a negative experience.
I am speaking solely from a consumer standpoint, and these are the things that help me decide which theme to purchase. Any added built in functionality such as social network, IDX , and semi functional google maps api connection is a major plus!
I would love to hear your opinion on the proposed package solution.
I am designer and not coder but if you have the basic knowledge of how OOP works it is not hard to learn. My first steps were with the “How To Be A Wordpress Rockstar” book and just a 2-3 days later I was able to turn allmost every HTML /CSS design into a basic wordpress blog or site. It is a great starting point for non-coders.
Thanks, I will look into the book, because it will be helpful to understand the process of conversion for sure. I might be a tad bit picky/wrong but it seems like Wordpress is slower loading pages,compared to an html site with the same amount of graphics.
I am reading up on the MODx CMS now, to see how huge the learning curve is for implementation. Right now the site has an overwhelming amount of information. Thanks ADesign1 for the info.