Dyad, a new theme crafted by Automattic’s Laurel Fulford, balances text and images in beautiful harmony. Now available in the WordPress.org repository, Dyad is well suited to blogs where words and photographs are equally important.
Designed by Automattic’s Caroline Moore with crafters and hobbyists in mind, Button features detailed accents, featured images, gallery slideshows, and a soft color palette. With Jetpack active, you can add a logo for extra flair. Now available in the WordPress.org directory, Button is the perfect theme for a blog showing off your sewing skills, chronicling your latest DIY endeavors, or keeping a running list of your favorite things from around the web.
A minimalist theme crafted by Automattic’s Tammie Lister, Sapor is geared to showcase your passions. Designed with food blogging in mind but well suited to anything from gardening to healthy living, it features a left sidebar for menu and widgets, and offers a Site Logo option with Jetpack active. We’re pleased that Sapor is now available in the WordPress.org directory — visit the demo or take it for a spin.
Designed by Automattic’s Caroline Moore, Libre brings a stylish, classic look to your personal blog or longform writing site and is now available for download at WordPress.org. Libre’s main menu stays fixed to the top while visitors read your posts, and three footer widget areas let you tuck extra content away at the bottom of the page. Two custom page templates, including a full-width layout, add visual variety. Make Libre your own by adding a header image or — with Jetpack — a site logo. Libre sports a clean, responsive design that lets your site shine on screens of any size.
When Automattic’s Thomas Guillot was designing Publication, he aimed to incorporate two sidebars in an original way, while putting emphasis on large, full-screen featured images. Now available in the WordPress.org theme directory, Publication is well suited to magazines or blogs about fashion, food, travel, or design — or any topic where visuals are an important focus.
A classic magazine-style theme, Apostrophe is now available for self-hosted sites. An update of Konstantin Kovshenin‘s Semicolon, crafted by Automattic’s Sarah Semark, Apostrophe supports a site logo and featured posts once Jetpack is active. With its traditional horizontal menu and right sidebar, Apostrophe also lets you “star” posts on the front end to set them as featured. Check out the demo or give it a go on your site.
We are proud to bring Confit, an elegant free theme geared to restaurants, cafés, and bars, to WordPress.org.
Confit lets you easily add food and drink menus to show off your best dishes and beverages, through Jetpack’s Custom Content Types module. The plugin’s Contact Info widget – available through the Extra Sidebar Widgets module – also complements Confit nicely, by allowing you to map your venue’s location and display phone numbers and opening hours, so customers can easily find you.
Take Confit for a spin and add some flavor to your site!
A recent creation from Automattic’s Takashi Irie, Resonar is an elegant theme perfect for fashion, food, or design blogs. Its layout showcasing full-screen featured images works especially well for longform posts with large images. Combine strong images with Resonar’s beautiful typography to craft posts that make an immediate visual impact.
A new theme designed by Automattic’s Tammie Lister is now available in the WordPress.org directory. Coherent‘s elegant slide-out panel tucks away navigation, a social menu, and widgets, keeping visitors’ focus on your posts. Optional full-screen featured images let you showcase strong photos or other graphics.
Designed by Automattic Theme Wrangler Takashi Irie – of Twenty Fourteen and Twenty Fifteen fame – Cyanotype is a bold, original blog theme. Its distinctive high-contrast color scheme pays tribute to the classic photographic printing technique, which produced images known as blueprints. Change the background color to give your site a different look.
A child theme of Scrawl, Satellite is a snappy personal-blogging theme brought to you by Automattic’s Caroline Moore. It tucks away the menu and widgets in a slide-out side panel, keeping the focus on your content.