Round ‘Em Up: StudioPress Going Responsive, Dev4Press Birthday Deal, Previews and New Themes

Here is this week’s summary of WordPress theme-related news, previews, deals and a list of the latest WordPress theme releases. The biggest news this week is that StudioPress will be making all of their themes responsive for optimal viewing on mobile devices.

News & Previews

  • StudioPress is Going Responsive – Expect their next release of Genesis and future child theme releases to be responsive. Existing child themes will eventually be updated as well.
  • Gabfire teased their upcoming newspaper/magazine WordPress theme.
  • ChurchThemes reduced prices by about 50%. Themes are now $29 which includes one month of support or $49 for lifetime support and layered PSD.

New WordPress Themes

We indexed an especially nice batch of new WordPress themes this week. Here’s the rundown.

Morning WordPress Theme

Morning from WPZOOM

Morning is an immaculately designed magazine WordPress theme by Dumitru Brinzan. It includes three color schemes: blue, dark and light (see the demo). Use of images is heavy in this theme, hence the magazine style. You can include a featured image with each post. New posts are shown on the homepage represented by images of different sizes.

$69 (Single Site), Live Demo

Procyon WordPress Theme

Procyon from ThemeForest

Procyon is a corporate-style business theme for WordPress with a large array of features and customization options. The demo shows several preset colors plus you have the ability to set any color of your liking. It has features businesses in particular are likely to enjoy, including a portfolio section, pricing tables and testimonials.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

Born WordPress Theme

Born from ThemeForest

Born is a church WordPress theme available at ThemeForest. It has church-specific features such as audio/podcast support, video inclusion, photo galleries and events. The slider on the homepage can be used to feature these types of items (videos can be played directly in the slider). There is also a news/blog section for keeping attenders in the loop.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

Revelation WordPress Theme

Revelation from ThemeForest

This WordPress theme for businesses (or whatever use you can think up) has a very clean, minimalist design. The first thing that stands out is the slider on the homepage which transitions vertically as opposed to the usual horizontal slide or fade effect.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

Modulo WordPress Theme

Modulo from ThemeForest

Modulo was made to be useful for many types of websites, business in particular. This WordPress theme has a responsive design, meaning that it scales and rearranges itself as the screen size reduces, making it fit nicely on mobile devices such as phones and tablets. As a multi-purpose theme, it has many features, including multiple sliders.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

MIWORKS WordPress Theme

MIWORKS from ThemeForest

Keep it simple… that’s what the designer of this one-page portfolio WordPress theme did. The whole site resides on the homepage. When you click a menu link, the page auto-scrolls to a section. MIWORKS was made for creative folks such as designers, photographers and artists. It serves as a sort of personal-professional space on the web for sharing designs and photos.

$30 (Single Site), Live Demo

RT-Theme 15 WordPress Theme

RT-Theme 15 from ThemeForest

RT-Theme 15 is a true multi-purpose WordPress theme that in short time has proven very popular on ThemeForest. The reasons for its popularity are probably obvious. It has a nice clean design and all the bells and whistles (shortcodes, widgets and templates) you could ask for. Features of particular interest are the portfolio and product templates.

$35 (Single Site), Live Demo

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About Steven Gliebe

Steven is the founder of churchthemes.com and ChurchPage. His latest project is HostingReviews.io. He's been building websites since the 90's. You can follow him at stevengliebe.com and on Twitter.
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