New Themes: Bushwick, Syntax, McKinley, Moka, Gallery

New Themes: Bushwick, Syntax, McKinley, Moka, Gallery

This week we have another roundup of five new themes now available on WordPress.com. Enjoy!

Bushwick

BushwickBushwick is a fresh, free, and responsive theme designed by James Dinsdale, perfect for blogging. The custom header image has been given a unique vertical treatment, while excerpts are presented in an original tl;dr format between the post title and full content. The widget area is neatly tucked and hidden above the menu; out of the way of your content, but one tap away. Bold with a laser focus on your content, Bushwick will keep your readers engaged and coming back.

Syntax

Syntax Syntax is a minimalist theme designed with writing — and reading — in mind. With large, easy-to-read type, a fixed navigation menu for quick access to your content, large featured images, and a layout that looks beautiful on any screen size, it’s sure to be a favorite for writers who want a neat, elegant solution for their blog.

McKinley

McKinley McKinley is a theme by ThemeTrust designed to make your content stand out. This theme makes the most of post formats with full-width videos, gallery slideshows and color blocks. McKinley is responsive, making sure your content looks good to any reader.

Moka

Moka by Elmastudio Moka is a pure and simple premium theme by ElmaStudio. The fluid layout ensures your site is beautiful and readable at any screen size. With bold featured images, clean typography, and multiple page templates, Moka will put your content front and center.

Gallery

Gallery by UpThemesGallery, by UpThemes, is a visual feast for multimedia lovers, providing a dynamic grid-like layout with previews of many popular audio, video, and image services. With its clean layout and typography, let Gallery showcase all of your creative spaces in one place.

Moka and Gallery are premium upgrades, while Bushwick, Syntax, and McKinley are free. 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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