Comments on: 11 Lessons Learned from Browsing ThemeForest http://designm.ag/freelance/lessons-from-themeforest/ Articles and Resources for Web Designers Tue, 20 Sep 2011 17:54:12 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.3 By: Frank Mhttp://designm.ag/freelance/lessons-from-themeforest/#comment-38096 Tue, 15 Mar 2011 00:40:22 +0000 http://designm.ag/?p=21596#comment-38096 @Frazier You can make the design in illustrator or photoshop and then hire a developer to code it for you into a theme.

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By: Isaiah Frazierhttp://designm.ag/freelance/lessons-from-themeforest/#comment-34654 Thu, 25 Nov 2010 22:01:19 +0000 http://designm.ag/?p=21596#comment-34654 I am a graphic designer and I use Adobe Illustrator and I am very good with that program I am wondering can I design sites with that instead? And do I need to add code to my themes?

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By: tatilhttp://designm.ag/freelance/lessons-from-themeforest/#comment-33952 Wed, 27 Oct 2010 15:17:39 +0000 http://designm.ag/?p=21596#comment-33952 Good. Thanks my frend

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By: Mou5ehttp://designm.ag/freelance/lessons-from-themeforest/#comment-30616 Thu, 12 Aug 2010 15:22:07 +0000 http://designm.ag/?p=21596#comment-30616 @Tommy http://www.superhug.com/ is in Beta and has started off paying designers a minimum of 75% of each sale they make. I totally agree that Themeforest takes way too much in commission so I’m trying out the Superhug idea.

Just by two cents but based on feedback I’ve had from clients (I’ve done a lot of customising of themes from Themeforest), the Themeforest user- experience ain’t great. And, because so many of the themes are almost identical, a lot of people who aren’t web designers become overwhelmed by the place.

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