Here are some of the WordPress Themes I have designed and implemented lately. Some of them are openly available and can be used by anyone, whilst others have been designed with a particular client in mind and are, therefore, private.
Under each theme listing, you will find a feature and technical description explaining which technologies and architectures were used, a link to a website using it and, if public, the installation instructions.
This section has a list of custom-made WordPress themes with links to corresponding live websites and, if available for public use, to the source code in Github.
Fluorescent Mono is a free, responsive WordPress Theme with a simple, minimalist design.
- Mobile first, responsive, two menu locations, one or two columns, custom header and custom logo options, customisable Hero and Call to Action sections in homepage
- Technical Description
- Responsive, accessible to WCAC Level AA, translation ready, compatible with WordPress version 4.9.1.
- Please refer to the theme’s Github page for installation instructions.
This section will give a summary of some of the layout designs I have been working on, with a brief description, a wireframe and links to a mockup and the live website, when applicable.
This is a website layout for a multilingual drama school. It includes a timetable, a blog and image and video galleries.
This is a website layout for a multilingual academic institution. It has a staff page and a list of projects and publications. It also includes a separate private area for each of the project teams.
This is a website layout for a musician. It includes a live feed to Facebook and Youtube, as well as a Bandcamp shortcut for highlighting an album and listening to it directly from the website.
Wireframe and link to mockup will be made available soon.