Recently, the team at Obox released a highly touted Wordpress CMS theme called Layers. Everyone sang the praises of how it's the easiest thing to use, and best of all it's FREEEEEE! The intent is to create a theme that is easily accessible for any skill level, and can quickly create a great website. While it's a decent start, there is still a lot of work to do.
The idea is novel, and might eventually take over the landscape. This is how I like to think of using Layers at the moment: You can either purchase an iPhone and have the cool features integrated, or you can opt for the cheaper iPod Touch and a flip phone.
I will admit, I have not purchased any themes, extensions, or style kits for Layers. What you are about to read are my thoughts and experiences about the straight out-of-the-box Layers. My observations and critiques are coming from using Visual Composer and Fusion Builder for Avada for several websites in which I have been blown away by their capabilities and flexibility. The following are a handful of flaws I observed when trying out Layers, along with proposed solutions to help improve the user experience and/or the final product.