30th Jul

WordPress Theme Opinions Needed

WordPress is without doubt a powerful blogging platform and more recently it’s being used more commonly as a Content Management System. Amongst some of the big brands using WordPress include Sony, Ford, Wall Street Journal, Samsung, Playstation and a whole heap of others.

Currently there is an abundance of WordPress Blog Themes to choose from and setting up your own blog can be achieved in a lunch hour. What there isn’t a abundance of are WordPress Themes targeted at businesses who want more than just a blog. Even those themes that are never seem to tick all the boxes on what a business really need, so this is what I need some feedback on. I’m planning on creating some nice, simple themes targeted at SME’s to get them online with the features and control they need.

What do you want?

Theme

  • Business WordPress Theme
  • Personal WordPress Theme
  • Government WordPress Theme
  • Kids WordPress Theme
  • Personal Portfolio WordPress Theme
  • Blog WordPress Theme
  • E-Commerce
  • Photography WordPress Theme

Background

  • Dark Background WordPress Theme
  • Light Background WordPress Theme

Price

Would you pay a small fee? Would you rather it was FREE?

Please Give Your Feedback Below

Once I gage demand I’ll get cracking. Please leave your thoughts below with any links you think would be useful. Also any features or plugins you’d like to be incorporated.




Comments

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  • August 1, 2009 at 10:02 pm // Reply

    Not a lot of comments… ie 0 … but a few over Twitter and email. Portfolio and white label business websites seem most sort after…

  • August 16, 2009 at 9:31 pm // Reply

    I use wordpress for a blog on my self build. What I currently have is functional, but it’s very basic. When searching for templates, I often find them uninspiring or really creative but hard to navigate.

    From a non business perspective I would pay, but a small sum. I’d be happy to pay more for a library of templates, even though I’d probably only ever use one.

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