Sneak Peek: Connect

It’s 10PM here in NYC, and before I head out into the city that never sleeps, I wanted to finish some tweaks and tests on our upcoming theme. Here’s a sneak peek at what we’ve been working on behind the scenes. It’s next on the release schedule so stay tuned.

Connect – A WordPress and BuddyPress combo theme. Now you can run an online newspaper and a social network all on one site. Teaser image below:

What do you think? Like what you see? Tell us in the comments below.

Sneak Peek: Arts and Culture

It’s late here in New York City, and thought I would take a quick break to share a sneak peek at what we’ve been working on recently. It’s got some creative elements requested by some of our community members. The best features are the multiple category templates – AND – post templates. More to come soon.

What do you think?

Capacity for Business, Agency or Portfolio sites

We’ve gone back to the drawing board twice while developing the Capacity theme. Largely because I’m a stickler for details, but more so because we’ve built dozens of sites for clients who had all sorts of strange requirements. Releasing a theme that didn’t cover most of their needs would only require more work after-the-fact. Therefore, the idea behind the Capacity theme was to ensure it was flexible enough to use for various purposes:

  • Portfolio theme
  • Business or Agency
  • Personal blog

When you’ve worked with as many clients as we have, one thing is always constant – they never have the same needs nor do they use WordPress in the same manner. Some develop their sites solely based on pages, whereas others prefer using posts and categories. Some prefer the minimal and straight-forward  approach to their site, whereas others prefer to capture everything under the sun.

Whatever your style or preference, we were thinking about it while building Capacity. Here are a few of the neat features baked into this versatile theme:

Category Layouts

In case you were bored with your archives, did you know that Capacity

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