These are Genesis Child Themes for WordPress that I own. I find it best to browse on the theme developer’s websites to take full advantage of their site demos and feature listings. I have a small overview gallery below for reference. Browse around and find a theme (or a few) that resonates with you and your style. Theme demos often show all the bells and whistles that the theme offers, but know that these don’t have to be activated if what you are looking for is more simple. And on the converse, if there are missing features you need, we can always add them.
Tips for picking and using a WordPress child theme:
- if you love it as is, it’s super fast and easy to set up with your content and images.
- if you mostly love it but need to accommodate your brand and style, it’s no issue to change logo/header, fonts, and colors. It’s also possible to add features that the demo might not show (like a portfolio or gallery.)
- if what you are looking for is much more specific and custom, it’s nice to compile of list of themes you like and note what it is that attracts you
- look (“I like the large hero image on the landing page,” “I like the use of fonts/color/accents”)
- special function or feature (“I love the way the portfolio filters on this one,” “I like the contact form in the footer”)
- tools layout (“I like the way the navigation moves when I scroll”)
Genesis Child Theme Developer’s Websites – click through and view the demos
- StudioPress Themes for WordPress
- SimplePro Themes
- Restored 316
- Pretty Darn Cute Design
- Web Savvy Marketing