Hiring a pro to design and maintain your website is great- but it can get rather expensive. And besides, not everyone needs or wants to have someone else do the work. For those who want to create their own mark on the web, site builders have become a compelling option.
Design trends come and go but great design is always easy to recognize. Print work that catches your eye and naturally intuitive interfaces will always be in demand.
It’s easy to spend hours searching for the perfect WordPress theme, scrolling through themes and opening multiple browser tabs with roundups. If you’re anything like me, you get sucked in by all the pretty photos.
If you’re a freelance photographer, you need a great portfolio. Thankfully it’s easy create your own website and launch it online using WordPress.
Each month, our Made With ThemeKeeper event invites customers to share what they’ve created using content from across ThemeKeeper. Whether it’s video, website, audio, or graphic related, we love seeing and hearing what customers are making.
So you’ve set up a new blog with WordPress. Congratulations! Now you’re ready to start adding plugins! Wait, what?
When it comes to magazine and news websites, WordPress is top of the bill.
The trickiest part of setting up a website is the technical aspect. This can include coding a layout, but if you go with a ThemeKeeper theme you’ll be all set there.
Back when I first began blogging in early 2010, WordPress was the clear go-to platform for a self-hosted or hosted blog, even seven and a half years ago. All the web design blogs I read frequently all used WordPress, without exception.
So you’ve downloaded a WordPress theme from ThemeKeeper. Fantastic! But now you’re wondering what to do with it…
Brutalism, while divisive, is becoming a web design trend with great popularity. While some examples can push the definition of brutalism to the very extremes, many more-conservative examples can produce some delightful and satisfying results.