Twitter. I just can’t be dealing with the self-importance of people who think the world cares about their every movement. I’ve been to the site maybe 10 times in total.
Thanks for the responses – I’ll try and perfect my hair selection skills first but will probably be in touch with one of you!
It’s a shame that the isolated elements section on GR is not larger – there’s a demand for transparent pngs / psd layers that can be dropped into larger projects.
I have to design a series of banners for a stag / hen company and need a few well cut out girls / guys to drop onto the banners.
I’m useless at cutting out hair so hoped to find a load of these images on graphic river but I can’t find anything. Even the nightclub flyers on GraphicRiver which are perfect don’t include the models which is what I need!
Any pointers appreciated – am I missing a whole category here?
If someone is going to pirate the theme, it’s going to take them 5 seconds flat to disable any theme verification.
If we were going down the hypothetical route, you would want verification not just for each theme but for each instance of each theme as I’m sure there are many, many buyers who will have purchased a theme and used it multiple times on different projects.
Basing it on this design – http://www.oecogardenrooms.co.uk/pages/timber-cladding.html
Ha! We’re working out of an Oceo outdoor office – it’ a good look to go for with the timber cladding.
Minimalist. I like it. You can grill and work at the same time.
we sit under the plastic sheeting in the winter and move to the BBQ side in the warmer months.
I’m still not buying into that top nav. Still way too similar to the other menu.
In fact, everything is too samey. I should be able to squint and instantly see which are the main headings, which are sub headings, where section breaks are. The main headers – Latest news / hot topics etc should have darker bgs than the grey sub headings beneath them so you can at least see each separate section.
The inner shadows on the tag list in the bottom right aren’t consistent with the other elements in the design.
I like popular science – reading the lighter efforts of feynman, john gribbins, James Gleick etc. Anything heavier than that goes way over my head.
I just save every single project file to a client folder on dropbox. It saves locally and then syncs online. Set and forget.
I’d look at the visual weighting between the upper and lower menu. They both look identical so there is no ‘primary’ navigation. Because the top menu is the same design as the lower one, it also looks a bit strange stretched full width when the rest of the design is boxed.
Also, it’s a small thing but the shadows under the social icons in the top right look weird.