Category Archives: Design
Backstage A powerful niche theme design for musicians and artists showcasing their media, upcoming shows and music using hugely flexible custom widgets and audio players. This beautifully crafted layout was designed by Elliot Jay Stocks and boasts 7 alternate styles. Live demo – Read more Biznizz Built on WooThemes own winning formula, Biznizz will give your website a fresh new look. Its integrated slider and custom homepage layout, in addition to the optional portfolio page template, makes Biznizz a great candidate for your next business website. Live demo – Read more Caffeinated This personal portfolio theme by Ryan Downie was originally designed for his own personal use – fueled by his passion for Coffee, Red Bull and lunchtime pot of noodles according to his Twitter stream. It’s perfect for anyone wanting a bold design to show off their work. Live demo – Read more City Guide This theme was developed to cater for directory-based WordPress sites. For example, a guide to a city with shops, restaurants and other places of interest all archived in posts with geo-tags, custom content about the locations, and well presented in this killer theme designed by Sam Brown. Live demo – Read more Continuum A Magazine theme which features a custom homepage, custom typography and some extra custom widgets, all to help your news/magazine website get a stylish and functional look. Designed by Simon Collison. Live demo – Read more Crisp Designed by Tyler Galpin, and boasting all-new tumblog functionality with a quick publishing form on the dashboard Crisp is perfect for lazy bloggers who … Continue reading
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The WooTheme “Canvas Commerce” photoshop psd files is not listed in the downloads section of the WooThemes member area: It is unclear why no PSD files are included for download, however, this is actually the case for several of the Woo Commerce themes including: Kaboodle Commerce PSD Inspire Commerce PSD Bizznizz Commerce PSD Canvas Commerce PSD Simplicity Commerce PSD Statua Commerce PSD
The WooThemes Graphic Designer team consistently does a nice job of getting their message across. They obviously have a strong background in visual communication. Take for example their simple message promoting a new product:
The WooThemes Community Size was approximately 156,000 members as of February 2011. WooThemes Community Population:
Here is a complete list of Constant Contact E-mail Templates (names and preview images) as of May 4th, 2011. Asian Elegant Elegant II Playful Playful II Playful III Playful IV Sophisticated Sophisticated II
If you’re looking for an easy way to integrate picture galleries into wordpress, try these plugins: Flickr Manager Flickr Photo Album NextGEN FlashViewer NextGEN Gallery PictoBrowser Yet Another Flickr Template
I keep seeing this favicon in my browser and it looks like a company logo, but it’s not. I actually think this is one of Joomla’s earlier logos. I wanted to post it here for reference since googling “Joomla Old Logo” doesn’t turn up anything except their current logo. I’m not much of a Joomla fan anyway.
The counterpart to the Marketing Summit Live site, the Elevator Competition Live, will be launching this week. Keep your eyes open! :) For now we’re just running a blog on the homepage as a placeholder.