So, since this was my first time around in doing any sort of design/blog train. There were many things I realized after the fact that I should have probably done differently. I thought this might be a good way for those of us who participated to share what we'd learned (potentially the hard way). Hopefully I'm not the only one who has things to share...
1. If you're going to provide a zipx file (which is supposed to have a faster download time) then also provide a zip file because it is more universal. I had several people who couldn't handle the zipx files. In the future, I think I'll just go with the plain old zip file.
2. Label each individual file within the kit with my name, kit name, then finally element/paper name. I guess this should have been a no brainer...but again I didn't have a designers hat on.
One thing that I noticed as someone who was downloading kits is that I appreciated when the designer put the TOU right on the kit preview image. That saves me time searching as well as downloading kits that I know I'll never use (I never download personal use kits as I don't want to get them confused with my s4h or cu use kits that I use for my business).
Whew...too many things learned the hard way!