I’m adding Illdy to my list of nice looking WordPress themes. It features a one-page layout that has spots for portfolio items, testimonials, news, and more.
Really nice WordPress portfolio showcase system: Semplice – I’ve got a couple designer friends that I’d recommend they check this out.
Semplice is the first fully responsive case study portfolio system based on WordPress. Built by designers, for designers.
Here are three great themes available from WordPress.com. The first two work well for “curated content” style blogs, like this one. The last is great for featuring your writing. Don’t be surprised if you see one of my sites using one of these sometime soon. Rowling Originally designed by Anders Norén, Rowling‘s clean look and versatility make it […]
Today I happened to be browsing through the WordPress Theme directory, and I came across three themes I just had to share:
Kent is reminiscent of the early days of Medium. It features a clean layout, nice typography, and an overall design that makes me want to crank out a couple of new posts.
Dyad‘s excellent pairing of images and content makes the foodie in me want to start a new food blog. If you have words and pictures to go with them, it provides a great pairing.
Emmet is a clean business oriented theme. Check out the preview provided by MotoPress. I love how this theme has a lot of design patterns and visual features without seeming cluttered. It’s big and bold with just the right amount of whitespace.
You’ve got a ton of ideas for some great blog posts, and you don’t want your site’s theme getting in the way of all your great content? Check out these minimal WordPress themes: Unicode – $39 Unicode features a beautiful minimalstic profile, super-simple interface, and high-performance code. Ponder – Free When you’re thinking thoughts you really just […]
I love a nice one-page scroller. The format is great for introducing yourself or your business. The Pique Theme by the folks at WordPress.com is a great option for this type of site. Want to give your business a little pep? Pique is the theme for you! Designed to help you quickly build a one-page […]
I love the attention to detail and typography found in Array’s new WordPress theme: Paperback. Paperback is a magazine-style theme that empowers you to quickly and easily create beautiful, immersive content with images, galleries, video, audio and more. With multiple homepage templates, several slick content discovery features, and premium Typekit typography, you can offer your […]
I’ve had my head down lately as I’ve closed on several long running projects. Now that I have some breathing room, I thought I’d share another round of links. Read on to find out about IBM’s adoption of Macs, some cools tips on using devtools in Chrome, and a couple of WordPress related links. Only […]
Do you miss the old Del.icio.us? Do you want a place to keep your links? Check out this WordPress theme: Twenty Links Twenty Links is a child theme of Twenty Ten for WordPress. It turns your WordPress site into a bookmark repository that, coincidentally, looks a lot like the old Delicious. Source: Twenty Links: a […]
I came across this WordPress theme a couple years back. It serves one purpose: providing a place to publish your documentation. To use it, simply setup an install of WordPress, install/activate this theme, and start documenting. This one is targeted at a very niche audience — the people who have to write documentation for products. […]
Earlier this week, WP Tavern introduced us to the Gateway WordPress Theme by Rescue Themes. It’s another great example of the quality free themes now available on the WordPress Theme Repository. Check out the introductory post on WP Tavern for more info, see the live demo at Rescue Themes, and grab a copy for yourself […]
The Layers interface works through the WordPress Customizer, so it looks, feels, and works like an extension of WordPress. What’s more, the Obox team has released their source code so that anyone can extend and contribute to Layers. I see a lot of potential with this project as it’s looking to “play well” within the overall WordPress community.
By removing endless design options and features, Layers provides you with just enough choice to create a beautiful site while still maintaining the fundamentals of good design. ~ Layers – WordPress Site Builder
I’ve mentioned the WordPress X Theme on here before. It’s a WordPress theme with limitless design options and loads of potential. This past week I was browsing Theme.co‘s site and I found this nice Showcase of X Theme sites in the real world. Even better than seeing Theme.co’s demo of X is seeing it used to great effect by real bloggers and companies. My hats off to the Theme.co crew for building a very versitile theme.
From .com – .gov, check out just a sample of the thousands of X-powered sites and discover the incredible versatility of this ultimate WordPress theme. ~ X Theme Showcase
So many nice WordPress themes out there now that feature a multitude of different layouts. Stockholm looks to be another one of them: WordPress – Stockholm – A Genuinely Multi-Concept Theme | ThemeForest.