New Premium WordPress Themes August 2012
Burogu: Start your own Tumblr blog on WordPress
We are WordPress evangelists down to our cores but we have to admit Tumblr designs are so perfect for personal blogs. Simple, no fuss, straight to the point. The good news is, WordPress is so versatile and adaptive that we can develop a Tumblr-like web site on WordPress. Burogu is a premium WordPress theme that delivers Tumblr experience onto WordPress.
We know your mind is not always full of inspiration and sometimes writing hundreds of words on a blog post is just too much. We feel you. Sometimes you just want to share a wise quote that you find while stumbling upon a random web site. Other times, you just want to publish a photo shot and let your visitors decipher the encrypted message behind it. Burogu will help you accomplish all that in a beautiful way. Several preset post-format options are built in, such as video, image, quote, link, aside, gallery, status, audio, and chat to cover all your blogging needs.
We released Burogu as a feature-packed WordPress theme. It comes with 4 template pages (portfolio, archive, sitemap and contact), 3 sidebar layouts (left sidebar, right sidebar and no sidebar), a contact form, AJAX-loading post archive pages and shortcode support. And to top it off, we feature a massive slider on the home page for your best-of-the-best photo shots.
Letters: E-commerce or no e-commerce, that’s the question
Letters is our solution for business people. It’s got a corporate look and it’s built on an e-commerce engine. The home page design is very business-centric that it focuses on your company but it also supports e-commerce functions so you can sell your products right away, if you want to. Additionally, various page templates are available for you to showcase your recent works, product and services in more details.
The basic idea is to provide you the room for expansion, and reduction, at all points of your website development. Your website may start as a simple one-page landing site and later expand into a full-blown profit-making e-commerce website. Or things might happen so that you must have it the other way round. Who knows? In either case, the main functions of your website stay intact.