The WordPress themes that we sell in our Library have been designed to do one thing; showcase your writing. We pride ourselves in the fact that our themes take only seconds to setup, or that you can take your content with you when you want to switch themes. We build them to be simple, light, and minimal. We build them to do one thing, and do it well.
Each theme only has 3-4 options. You won’t find layout controls, the ability to change a font size, or even the ability to change a background color in most instances. You won’t find controls to change the design of the theme, or the fonts, or the pixel sizes, or header images. That’s because you’re buying a professionally designed WordPress theme to write with, not build with.
If you want to build things there are some really amazing tools out there like Conductor that will help you. But I have to admit, it really saddens me to see an industry of users that have been conditioned to expect massive feature sets within WordPress themes. It saddens me that the beauty of a professionally designed WordPress theme is somehow less important than having massive feature sets. What about form over function? Have we lost our ways?
Well, we won’t cave in! We believe in the value of simplicity and minimalism. We believe there’s value in spending as little time as possible on the technical side, so that you can spend more time doing what you bought the theme for in the first place; writing – to communicate your stories in a way people want to read them.