ThemeShaper is hosting a contest for the next default theme for WordPress, since Ian thinks Kubrick’s gone old (I agree). He’s proposing The Sandbox since it’s easily modified, but it looks like crap so a new default design is still needed. Weigh in, and win premium themes!
The upcoming WordPress 2.5 is delayed, which I saw coming, and that’s fine. I’d rather have a working release, than a buggy one, and I’m sure most of us agree. One of the new features in 2.5 is a revamped admin look, something that won’t sit well with every user of course. Not that today’s […]
I’ve had some reflections on premium blog themes, and also stated that they’re in for a rough ride, with the open source community’s free offerings getting better and better. In a way, I think serious theme releases like Cutline and Plaintxt paved the way, and I’m sure we’ll see more supported free themes. However, doing […]
Just a quick one today, because I’m trying a new Wisdump design concept, and if it turns out OK (or promising at least), I’ll post it here and let you guys say what you think. Just like I did with the previous one. So, premium themes are in for a rough ride. There’s a lot […]
I have nothing against premium blog themes, being custom designs that costs money to use, but not being unique. In other words, you buy a theme (and hopefully get support on it), and others can buy it as well. While you won’t get a custom design, you know that the theme in question won’t be […]