Thanks Brian for the feedback. I'll pass it along to the team.
Suggestion 1 : this has been resolved, you can view, and share your feedback.
Suggestion 2 : can you elaborate more on this, as it is bit unclear.
Suggestion 3: Will discuss on this with team.
First, I'm pretty surprised and pleased my comments didn't fall on deaf ears, so thank you.
If I search for summer it returns the following:
The repetition of themes is immediate. If I choose to save one of these themes the following dialog box is served up:
The checkbox at the bottom "Publish this theme to Explore" doesn't seem necessary since all I did was save to my library. If I check this box, I just add to the repetition. Aside from that, I believe that this color scheme would be attached to my profile as if I created it and it would collect stats visible to others that would reflect on my popularity in the Kuler community.
To me, you should only be able to publish a theme if you create or edit one, not by copying or saving one.
Hope that makes more sense, but please let me know if I can assist further.
Review of suggestion #1:
It appears that nothing has changed. If I first choose Most Popular from the drop down, and then enter a search term, it shows me relevant themes, but it says All Themes for the drop down nav on the left.
That made it more clear, I will take this with my team, and get back to you.
This is as per user, if you don't want to publish it then just uncheck the option.
Sure, and it defaults to not checked. However, because it is an option, redundancy is unavoidable. It seems like an unnecessary option for saving or copying a theme. It would be much more useful to see 50 unique themes with the keyword summer rather than 10 unique and 40 repeats.
It would be much more useful to see 50 unique themes with the keyword summer rather than 10 unique and 40 repeats.
This is in discussion within our team, and soon fix will be roll out to user.