You’ve been asking for more magazine-inspired themes, and we’ve been listening – today we have two new themes to add to the ever-growing WordPress.com collection!
Our first theme today, Opti, is a premium magazine-style theme from Pro Theme Design. Clean and structured, this theme aims to cover the area between magazine and blog – giving you the opti-mal tools to feature the content you want your users to see most.
Next up is Hatch, a responsive portfolio theme for visual artists, illustrators, and photographers. Bold featured images make your art stand out. A prominent welcome message alongside the custom header allows you to introduce yourself and your work, and you can even add your logo to the header.
- Nov 8, 2012 @ 7:56 pm
Hot dog! Opti looks perfect for a blog that has accumulated a ton of content on a variety of subjects. I have a blog that fits that description. Big question: Does Opti support WordAds yet??
Hatch is a very sophisticated free theme!
Very nice, I like it.
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Nice ones, but may be some more free magazine themes could do the trick for the end of the year and the coming year :)
It is cool to see every week there are new features that are coming out for WordPress. By always having new themes and new things you are able to do will keep the audience interested and engaged on their blogs. These are nice, new pro custom designs but it would also be nice to have some basic, standard themes for college students who do not have a lot of disposable income to spend extra money on a blog. This would be something new to think about. It is cool to see how clear and nicely laid out the new layouts are. Rite$h- I agree that more free themes could be beneficial.
Love the theme. I might have to consider changing my current one now.
Opti is absolutely wonderful.
Really good themes. :D
Very nice. :-)
Hatch is beautiful for one of my blogs — I just don’t want to change themes every month!
Really nice themes. :)
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Cool themes. I like the more minimal looks myself, but I can see their appeal.