New Themes: Photolia, Flounder, Vision, Bexley, and Bromley

New Themes: Photolia, Flounder, Vision, Bexley, and Bromley

This week we have a roundup of no less than five new themes now available on WordPress.com. Happy holidays!

Photolia

Photolia by UpThemesPhotolia by UpThemes is a responsive, single-column theme perfect for organizing photos, galleries, videos, and much more. The header area supports a widescreen custom header image and offers three default images, set to display randomly as visitors peruse your website. Use your own custom background image to really make Photolia fit your style.

Flounder

FlounderDesigned by Mel Choyce and Kelly Dwan, Flounder is a flat-design, minimally styled theme for bloggers which features colorful support for post formats and a clean, responsive layout. Flounder is also is designed to work seamlessly with many popular WordPress.com features such as Infinite Scroll and enhanced gallery support.

Vision

Vision by Pro Theme DesignVision, the newest by Pro Theme Design, is a theme designed for artists, photographers and other people with a love of strong visuals. The homepage and archive pages are designed to be quickly scannable so that you can easily see what the site is about. Vision has been designed to look good on all devices – from desktop computers and laptops, through smartphones and tablets (Android and iOS).

Bexley

Bexley by Pro Theme DesignA photo oriented theme, Bexley (also by Pro Theme Design) is the perfect combination of imagery and text; it gives photographers and artists a space to use as their online portfolio or gallery. Bexley makes prominent use of WordPress featured images to personalize every post. On the homepage and archive pages the images are used as the background for the post listing – with the post title prominently displayed.

Bromley

Bromley by Pro Theme DesignBromley is a flexible magazine theme that is ideal for local community, fan magazines, and talking about updates in your industry. Our third today by Pro Theme Design and fully responsive, it’s designed to scale nicely with different screen sizes – from a 27-inch desktop monitor all the way down to a teeny weeny mobile phone screen.

Flounder is a free theme, while Photolia, Vision, Bexley, and Bromley are premium upgrades. Check out each theme’s showcase by clicking on their screenshot above, or preview them on your blog from Appearance → Themes.


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