This theme is great for those looking to transform their blog into a dynamic news portal. My goal here was to create a great basis for organizing information while still maintaining a stylish and elegant design.
For this theme I wanted to create a more personal feel. I strayed away from my usual "magazie-style" elements, and instead, tried to create a more classical blog-style design. Cion is great for anyone who wants to keep things simple while still maintaining a class appeal.
I wanted to create a theme that displayed itís content in a traditional way (similar to Basic), but with a bit more pizzazz! I tried to keep the structure clear and organized, while still maintaining a unique style.
With this design I wanted to have fun and create something unique and in-your-face. I enjoy the bold titles, grungy background and left-aligned structure. Deviant comes packed with many great features, including 6 colors schemes, an optional Blog-style layout, and the ePanel Theme Options page and custom widgets to give you increased control over your theme.
EarthlyTouch is a smooth and calming design, but don't let its modesty fool you. This is an advanced wordpress theme with great features, including custom thumbnail images and a custom index loop that includes recent comments, featured posts, and random articles.
GrungeMag combines the professional and precise magazine-style-layout with a progressive grungy style. This theme is great for those looking to organize their content in an orderly fashion while maintaining a fun and appealing identity.
Influx is a single theme with 4 unique skins, all of which can be changed on the fly right from the wp-admin control panel. The 4 skins, Default, Grunge, Subtlety, and Oceanic, are each geared towards a different potential audience, which makes Influx a very diverse and capable design.
StudioBlue is a smooth design for those looking for smooth experience for their users. I added some additional theme options with this one, including control over how many featured posts/recent posts are displayed on the homepage, which links are displayed in the navigation menus, and more.
The idea behind PureType was to create a clean and sophisticated CSS-based design using no images. The result is a strong type-based layout great for personal blogs.