Your wallpaper could be more exciting. The car looks a bit lost on the black area – a fancier background would've been nice. Overall clean and good to use theme with a nice, matching icon set. I like especially the digital and analogue clock which fit the „racy car“ subject very well.Branislaw
Background image suffers a bit from distortion and the submenue images would be better with the famous half-transparent black layer to increase the legibility of the texts. Keep in mind the smaller Series 60 phones with just a 2.0 inch screen – the submenu texts on them are tiny and users will be thankful for a good contrast between text and background image. Other than that, it's a nice clean theme with appealing „glow“ effects in the softkey and icons._anuj_
Nice details on the softkeys and statusbar – on the List/Grid Highlights and Forms I think, the dotted rims are too much and make the theme look crowded. As for the List Highlights and Forms, it can be a good solution to make just one of the long sides dotted (the upper or bottom one). I would've made submenu backgrounds a bit darker or the Grid/List Highlights lighter to make the Highlights stand out better. Elegant black icons fit the theme very well. Generally I think you have a good feeling for the Series 40 user interface in the meantime and if you don't step in the „too much details“ trap, many users will be happy with your themes. krish_nank
When seeing this on my phone I was pleased how complete this theme is – no default blue or white elements – yessss. [Nit-picking mode on]
On the pop-ups, you used the same text colour (black) for available* and non-available items**, when highlighted, which is a bit irritating as you can't really distinguish which item is actually available and which not. I'd chosen e.g. light grey for the non-available item. [Nit-picking mode off]
Other than that, good overall usabilty, good distinction between selected and non-selected items in lists and forms, good colour consistency. Nice touch that you used different pics for grid/list/calendar background respectively. Well-matching icon set. And a nice screensaver. More, please.
*Font colors >> Selected Font >>Popup-list Item Selected Font Colour
**Popup List >> Unavailable Selected Font ColourAlamin007
Just tested this on my phone – very promising in design/details but with a colour problem. While the wallpaper image looks good, the submenues imho suffers from just too many colours. Imho the red of icons, statusbar and Grid/List Highlights „bites“ with the purple/pink of the background images and grid texts. If icons, statusbar and Grid/List Highlights would be purple/pink too (or the other way round), the theme would look more consistent and „cleaned-up“. In the submenues, I would've added some black transparency to ensure the legibility of all texts. All in all I think you're on a good way regarding appealing theme design and as for the combination of colours I'm optimistic, too as colour sense is something that can be trained and developed. Hey – and nice screensaver – I had to smile spontaneously when it suddenly came up. primavera77
S60 5th Edition users must be happy browsing your gallery as you never seem to bore them. Always coming up with new ideas for elements, using new button styles, combining different icons, clock styles... and always with an eye on good usability. Did you use .svg elements all over the theme? If yes, then hats off, must be a good load of work. (Ok, even if not, I'm still impressed by the perseverance of 5th Edition themers).saraamir
Tested this on the emulator – nice colour combo, cool car image and good usability in all submenues. Is relatively simple in design but at the same time, that simplicity is it which imho puts it ahead of other themes in the competition whose usability suffers from detail/colour overkill.