I create specialised WordPress themes which are designed for specific purposes and uses.
What I aim for in a theme
When a theme is made a released into the wild yonder, people start throwing all kinds of content at it and going to all kinds of lengths to bend it to their will. Hence…
They should run on auto.
Becasue of this I think WordPress themes should be flexible enough to look like every page has been handcrafted. No randomly out of place elements. No odd spaces. They should be ready for any type of content that a user might need to publish.
They should be designed for specific users and purposes.
Truth be told it’s difficult enough to have a decent website no matter how great the theme. If you have specific purposes you want to achieve, you’ll probably eventually be better off with a specific design. That’s why I started designing for WordPress myself. But starting out, you might not be sure of what you need – so a WordPress theme is a good way to start working things out. If those themes can be packed with a generic set of features for the user to get up and running with, it’ll make life easy.
Build and manage your online art or poto gallery. Easily manage artists and mediums.
A free theme