This is a mobile-optimized, magazine-style theme. Key feature: content slider.
Grid layout, Pinterest-style. Keeps your audience interested.
Great for quick posts!
Criteria: I decided to buy www.annettefrahm.com and make this a resume/portfolio site. I wanted something clean, simple and professional (no bows and lace or distracting patterns) but with options to change formats, such as number of columns. I wanted sans serif because I think it is somewhat easier to read online on a variety of computers and devices. Here are three potential themes. I have installed the first theme, Responsive, and am trying it out. Read More…
3 themes to consider for www.Josefinahellensberg.com:
Like other people in class, I want to create a portfolio for myself. To create an effective portfolio, I am looking for a theme with a clean and sleek look that will give potential future employers a good idea of who I am, what my story is, and what I am interested in.
I’m trying to make the website as my personal presence. It has multiple contents, including blog of personal life and professional insights, resume, literature and movie reviews, photography and even homemade recipes. Since the website will contains both visually and literally content, so the first priority criteria of choosing the theme is whether it is able carry and show the content diversity of the website.On top of that, I attempts to let the website has a sense of simplicity and elegance.
Looking through all the WordPress themes is a daunting process. There are so many to choose from and trying to find that perfect theme is like trying to find a needle in a haystack.
I am searching for a theme that supports a professional portfolio, one that not only showcases my work history, but also supports all the projects I’ve been working on since starting the MCDM. This includes videos, presentations and still images.