Looking not bad, a few issues though:
Breadboard: the svg lacks a group named breadboard (as specified in the fpz file), the only thing I know this breaks is exporting the image as an svg in Fritzing. The terminals should be in the center of the hole for the pin so the wires in breadboard would connect as in real life (at the moment they connect to the edge of the pad).
Schematic: layer id is breadboard not schematic as it should be. Connector2terminal is missing from the svg and thus the connection snaps to the center of the pin (rather than the end of the pin as the others do correctly).
PCB: Its desirable to have an outline of the board on the silkscreen layer so if you were installing the driver on a larger pcb you would know how much space it needs to avoid overlapping other components. In the gerbers the hole sizes are a little odd (and a little large). My local fab house offers free drill sizes at .035 (IC pins), .038 (.025 square header pins and probably what you want here) .042 and .052. Your holes are currently .044