Archive for WordPress Themes

iThemes.com Just Got Some Fancy New Clothes

After over 3 years of having the same website design on iThemes.com, I’m super pumped to announce that we just flipped the switch on our new site design. It’s been months (and maybe years) in the making with a ton of work from our uber-talented team — and in particular Brad Ulrich and Ty Carlson.

This was the biggest redesign project I’ve ever been a part of. It’s also definitely the one of the most complex WordPress design projects I’ve even heard of as we have hundreds of pages and posts, integrations with our ecommerce/membership and forum software, and we really wanted drink our own Kool-Aid and use iThemes Builder, our star WordPress theme, with it for maximum flexibility.

You can read all the details about the new redesign features and a special Q&A with Brad and Ty too.

As with any launch of this site, we’re still working out some kinks, but go check out the new iThemes.com and let us know what you think!

 

Top 30 WordPress Plugins and Top 49 Most Downloaded Themes

Here’s a list of 30 WordPress plugins from Staska that may prove useful …. the top 8 are ones I use or am familiar with enough to say they rock.

Another interesting list is the top 49 most downloaded WordPress themes of all time ….

[Found via BloggingPro]

Two RockinMinimal Themes Up

Over at RockinThemes, I just posted two more themes. They’re minimal themes, designed for the bare essentials — one a three column, the other a two columns.

Check Out RockinThemes.com For Free WordPress Themes

Along with my buddy Nathan Rice, we’ve started a website targeted at releasing our free WordPress themes from called Rockin Themes.

This is where we’ll be releasing our themes from now on … at our personal sites, you’ll get a quick promo, but for all downloads and support, please head over there.

Go check it out.

Another Rockin Theme: Green and Blue

rockin blue and green 2 columnMy friend Nathan Rice just released a modified version of my RockinBlue 2 column theme called RockinBlue and Green on his blog.

Preview the theme here.
Download the theme here.
Learn more about the theme on his site here.

Nathan is a class act kind of guy. And he demonstrates the right way to use someone else’s theme.