I love it. I think it's clean and simple without being cookie cutter. I know the web looked outlandish in the 90's but I think we are now once bitten - 80 times shy.
Everything these days is lowercase letters, muted colors, periods-at-the-end-of-single-words bullshit. Nothing is fun anymore.
You've managed to put a cartoonish flair in here (call it 'candy' if you like but please dont, I'm tired of that one too) that works well without undermining it's usefulness. This could be used anywhere, for anything.
But - nearly all your work is perfect. Ever since I found soft7 you are an artist I follow very closely.
Like the category implies, it can be opened with Photoshop. But it's only a mockup, meaning that it can't be used just like that to change something. I only share it because I think it can both inspire and be helpful for some people, since (with Photoshop) you'll be able to see the different effects used here, and maybe use them and modify them in order to use that for something else.
Hi, Correct me if I'm wrong, the way I see designmoo, like Dribbble, and like deviantArt, is that you post a work that is supposed to be yours, not the work of others. So I'm not sure why you'd want to post the work of someone else in general.
But If it's not the case then you can follow the rules of the license I'm using on my work on dA :
Well I really don't feel such elments would fit to something like Soft7 or something in this mood. I have to admit that I'm not in the "Soft" mood myself anymore, I'm more looking for something crisp, with a better contrast, a bit more colors, less neutral but more "warm". This UI kit is a bit in this sense, I haven't really thought about it for a VS, but why not in the future, depending on the possibilities with Windows 8.
Well, I'd like to be credited, I don't know how, but at least my name somewhere, in small ^^ And it would be a free app, right ? If not it's still possible but then we'll talk more about the conditions