While it’s always nice to start from scratch for projects I’m working on at Lemon Productions, time and budget don’t always allow for that. Or sometimes it’s just a perfect fit for an idea with a theme or plugin that I’ve come across. And in those cases, I turn to WooThemes.
I first discovered WooThemes when I built my first personal portfolio site back in 2008 using their ProudFolio theme. Since then I’ve used a variety of their themes for personal and client work.
Some of My Favourite Themes
Here’s a quick selection of some of my favourite themes WooThemes offers.
Canvas is the theme I usually start with on most projects these days. It’s a great basis to start from and has a ton of customizable options and settings that someone new to WordPress could start with but also a lot of flexibility and power for a more experienced user.
Must. Not. Buy.
If you’re a photographer, Statua would make a great starting theme with its built-in custom post types for your photos. There’s also a E-commerce child theme for it if you want to try to sell your photos or digital work.
Currents would make a great theme for any news and story/article driven website.
I’m actually using this for a podcast called The YXE.
A Note on Reviews and Recommendations
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