The Roundup: Genesis Awards, Orman Clark’s Record, Six Theme Previews and Nine Releases

This week’s roundup includes some interesting news, a look at several upcoming themes, a small batch of deals and a summary of nine new premium WordPress themes.

Theme Seller News

A Look at Upcoming Themes

Three New Deals

The New Releases

We indexed nine WordPress themes that were released this week.

Elementary WordPress Theme

Elementary from ThemeForest

Elementary is a multi-purpose WordPress theme that is especially suitable for business and freelance portfolio websites. It has a slider on its homepage as well as recent portfolio thumbnails. Location details, testimonials, Twitter updates, and recent blog posts can be shown on the front page as well.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

Clean WordPress Theme

Clean from Theme Trust

Clean is a minimalist responsive WordPress theme for bloggers. It features a nice aslider on the homepage for featured content. Several of the latest posts are shown on the homepage in a nonconventional format. There are widgets for Twitter and Flickr. It has shortcodes, uses Google Fonts and has options for colors.

$49 (Multiple Sites), Live Demo

Luscious WordPress Theme

Luscious from StudioPress

Luscious is a professional blogging WordPress theme with a lively, feminine design. It is ideal for blogs run by women who want the stability and flexibility provided by the Genesis Framework (included with theme). Features include built-in search engine optimization options, a subscription form (Feedburner), featured post images and a Twitter widget.

$79.95 (Multiple Sites), Live Demo

Rooling WordPress Theme

Rooling from MOJO Themes

Rooling is a corporate-style WordPress theme made with attorneys and law firms in mind. The homepage has a slider and space for recent work to be displayed. There is also a portfolio post type and template that can be filtered by category. Other features include localization, a news section and contact form.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

Starttica WordPress Theme

Starttica from PandaThemes

Starttica is a corporate-style WordPress theme that is berserk on features. It has more than 100 customization options which the designers say are easy to use. Because of its flexibility and professional design, this theme can be used by business, nonprofits or for general information websites.

$40 (Single Site), Live Demo

Delicioso WordPress Theme

Delicioso from ThemeForest

It’s obvious by the name that Delicioso is a restaurant WordPress theme. The design is impeccable and the features are useful for restaurant owners. The design uses a very nice custom font from Google Web Fonts called Rokkit. There is a post type and template for restaurant menu items.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

Purity WordPress Theme

Purity from ThemeForest

Purity is a plain and simple portfolio theme for WordPress. Plain and simple is a good thing when it comes to showcasing your work. This theme’s clean, minimalist design puts the focus on your work. Some uses for this theme might be for advertising agencies, freelance designers, photographers, artists and architects.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

Adam & Eve WordPress Theme

Adam & Eve from ColorLabs

Adam & Eve is a WordPress blog theme for couples. The homepage has columns for “his and hers” posts, with a “sidebar” in the middle. The top of the homepage has a very elegant slider for both his and her posts. This theme is great for all love bugs and perhaps would be useful for wedding websites and newlyweds who want to share their journey with friends and family.

$49 (Multiple Sites), Live Demo

Ice WordPress Theme

Ice from ThemeForest

Ice is a WordPress theme for businesses and professionals who need to show their portfolio. It has multiple slider options, custom colors and backgrounds, a shortcode library, Google Fonts integration and pages for testimonials, services and contact information. You can choose from a variety of portfolio and gallery templates for showing off your work.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

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About Steven Gliebe

I'm a web developer with an interest in WordPress. I created ThemeSorter to help people find the best themes in the least amount of time. When I'm not staring at the screen, I like to read books and grow vegetables. You can follow me on Twitter at @stevengliebe and visit my website at stevengliebe.com.
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  • Brian Krogsgard

    Thanks for the kind mention of the WPCandy article, Steven. Keep up the good work w/ your weekly writeups. I always catch something new in these.