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  1. Rogie King Rogie King

    Tweaking my first ever store. Will feature apparel, icons and more!

    Wood texture by Matthew Skiles! (adapted and modified of course. )

    over 3 years ago

  2. Tory Hobson Tory Hobson

    Loving everything about this.... Especially the dark wood.

    over 3 years ago

  3. Dan Strogiy Dan Strogiy

    The icon is really good.

    over 3 years ago

  4. Juan M. Teixidó Juan M. Teixidó

    LOVE it. So looking forward to giving you my money.

    over 3 years ago

  5. Matthew Skiles Matthew Skiles

    Looks great. Maybe the Buy button could use a little more contrast.

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    over 3 years ago

  6. Patrick Schneider Patrick Schneider

    what Matthew said, everything else looks really nice!

    over 3 years ago

  7. Ignacio Giri Ignacio Giri

    Finally!

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    over 3 years ago

  8. Matt Kump? Matt Kump?

    ^

    over 3 years ago

  9. Drew Wilson Drew Wilson

    congrats on ur store bro!! i hope it blows up for you!!!!! then you can get a vacation home in so-cal and surf with me :)

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    over 3 years ago

  10. Liam McKay Liam McKay

    Wow, nice work kid.

    over 3 years ago

  11. Chris Wallace! Chris Wallace!

    Took you long enough bro. Congrats! ;) I so proud of you.

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    over 3 years ago

  12. Rogie King Rogie King

    Chris, thanks bro. You and your motivation for your own things are inspiration to me :)

    over 3 years ago

  13. Rogie King Rogie King

    Strangely, I'm not sure that buy now is my main call to action. I'm a firm believer in letting people be convinced for themselves by the quality of the product and in that respect, I almost want the buy button to be a bit subdued. Really, I ONLY want the product in full focus, with information and buy now button as related information.

    Let the people judge whether they want to buy by the quality of the product. If they want it bad enough...they'll find that button :) Am I making any sense?

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    over 3 years ago

  14. Matt Kump? Matt Kump?

    I think this is where A/B-ing will help you decide. I agree with your reasoning, but I'd agree with data more ;)

    over 3 years ago

  15. Chris Wallace! Chris Wallace!

    @Rogie It's prominent enough they won't have to search for it. I don't agree 100% with your reasoning but it'll do.

    over 3 years ago

  16. Rogie King Rogie King

    @Matt and @Chris I am confident to enter this space with my reasoning. It's important that its usable and discoverable, but I'm not begging or screaming for attention. The work will speak for itself.

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    over 3 years ago

  17. xeno xeno

    Not sure I'm feeling the canvas on wood with those colors. Everything has a natural feel.. natural textures, natural cut wood... but the canvas is floating with no realism to it. That and the color of it.

    It would be really cool to give the canvas some rough edges past the bevel, to make it look like its glued on. :)

    over 3 years ago

  18. Mahmoud Deiab Mahmoud Deiab

    Loving everything here, especially these ornaments! Are they included with a specific typeface? Or have you crafted them yourself — if so, it will be really nice if you offer them for sale after you launch the store, they're so awesome!

    over 3 years ago

  19. Matt Kump? Matt Kump?

    Yeah it's probably fine. I think with conventional ecom usability a more prominent button would be important, but even based on this screenshot it looks like there won't be much to distract users from the task at hand. #advantage-of-first-party-ecommerce

    over 3 years ago

  20. Shaun Andrews Shaun Andrews

    That silk texture is everywhere, and I'm cool with that.

    over 3 years ago

  21. Mike Puglielli Mike Puglielli

    Make the "buy" button blue. You wont regret it. There is nothing wrong with creating subtle call-to-actions that exist as the user is looking at your products. Also adding a bit of contrast will push the design as a whole to be more crafted which will in turn better support the products you're selling. Because, at the same time, you don't want someone to have to struggle to find out how to buy nor do you want to sacrifice design. Worse case scenario, use a blue button that offers similar contrast to the wood color that will keep the button from being a "call-to-action" but will help the design.

    Anyways, my $.02, hope it helps - Looks good, looking forward to seeing the whole store.

    over 3 years ago

  22. Rogie King Rogie King

    @Shaun the linen is actually a swappable image — it's actually not going to be a part of the site design ;)

    over 3 years ago

  23. Rogie King Rogie King

    @Mike thanks for the thought filled response. I will definitely consider as I move forward!

    over 3 years ago

  24. Jake Przespo Jake Przespo

    Good to see you setting this up Rogie. Looks good based on this shot. Can't wait to buy some stuff :)

    over 3 years ago

  25. Justin W. Siddons Justin W. Siddons

    I really enjoy the detail in this. Bang up job :)

    over 3 years ago

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