WordPress theme for professional publishers - Further is now available on WP

[UPDATE] Since this theme becomes Twenty Fourteen which released with WordPress 3.8, it’s no longer available to purchase for WordPress blogs.

Further - A theme I’ve been working on the past month has finally launched as a premium theme on WordPress. I’ve designed and built this theme in the way I would like a magazine theme for professional publishers be.


I devoted a great amount of attention to details on this theme and feedbacks have been incredible so far and I’m really grateful to hear them. I want to mention that I couldn’t build this without the help of my talented co-workers at Automattic.

The main features of the theme are the following:

  • Of course, it’s responsive! It looks and works great on smaller screens, such as the iPad and iPhone too.
  • Featured Contents at the top of the front page but not a typical slider with a huge image because I personally don’t like that kind of slider for a content heavy site. I want to skim through what’s been featured quickly.
  • Elegant article style. The typeface I’ve chosen is Lato—one of my favorite typeface in Google Fonts. With a carefully chosen spacing, typography, column width and colors it maximizes the readers experience enhancing the content with a beautiful design.
  • Post formats: Standard, Video, Image, Gallery, Aside, Link, and Quote.
  • Post formatted posts feed on the front page: The theme displays the latest two posts from each format in the right sidebar.
  • Links to your profiles on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, Flickr, GitHub, Dribbble, YouTube, and Vimeo.
  • Fixed Header: The header that contains a navigation, search, and social media buttons sticks at the very top of the page. Readers can access your menu at anytime without having to scroll.
  • Seven widget areas.
  • Supports for multiple locations of Custom Menu, flexible height Custom Header, a Custom Background
  • Full-width Page Template.

Check out more info about Further on the theme showcase page and the announcement post on WordPress News.


Yes, you guessed right. This is pretty cool stuff. It’s a set of modern recreations of classic rock posters in Swiss way. It’s bigger than an average book—11″x14″ and every page is microperforated and ready to frame and display.




Swissted: Vintage Rock Posters Remixed and Reimagined →

WordPress theme for restaurants — Confit is now available on WordPress

Confit — a WordPress theme which I worked on with talented co-workers at Automattic has finally launched!

I’m sure you have also but I’ve seen enough terrible restaurants’ websites, and especially when they are viewed from mobile… not all but they are tragic in many cases.

I hope this theme helps restaurants’ owners to have stylish yet easy to maintain websites. The followings are the main features of the theme.

  • Showcase your restaurant’s delicious food and cool interior with full page background image.
  • Easy food menu - Add your menu items all at once, or edit them on the fly within your Food Menu. You can also upload a PDF.
  • Optimised for mobiles and small screen devices.
  • Grab your Open Table code form there and add it to your sidebar using the OpenTable widget.
  • Thanks to the Contact info widget, you can place the information your customers most need - Map, Telephone Number (Clickable to call on mobile!), Opening Hours right into the sidebar

Check out more info about Confit on the theme showcase page and the announcement post on WordPress News.

So, if you are thinking about building a website for your restaurant or café, visit WordPress/restaurants to see how easy to setup a stylish restaurant site with Confit on WordPress is.