You start looking for WordPress themes. You find that there are tens of thousands of them. Some are free. Some cost a bit of money.
I’ve used a variety of themes in the twelve years that I’ve used WordPress. I keep coming back to StudioPress. Why StudioPress? They’re solid, well-supported business themes. You can check out their site, see what’s available, and see that they have themes that are both beautiful and functional.
PHotowebo uses a StudioPress theme. So does my personal photography business site – you can read more in my Modern Portfolio review.
I was recently reminded of why I like StudioPress WordPress themes in an email they sent to their affiliate partners.
StudioPress Stands Behind, and Maintains, their Themes
This is from that email to those of us who are partners with StudioPress:
We don’t have any new themes to talk about, but that’s okay — because over the holidays our team did an extensive amount of work on a number of our existing themes. We’ll be rolling out updates soon, which will include support for WooCommerce, color styles via the Theme Customizer, new responsive menu JS, and enhanced accessibility.
Accessibility improvements… great! Integration with the Customizer, which puts them in line with the direction that WordPress core is now using for site customization and theme control… perfect. Support for WooCommerce – a nice improvement for themes that don’t yet have that integrated. All of these things are nice upgrades to their previously-great themes.
So many theme creators release a theme and then… crickets. No updates to take advantage of changes in WordPress. No new integrations with other third parties.
Why StudioPress? I’d rather buy my themes from a vendor who focuses on quality rather than quantity.
Lots of choices for WordPress theme vendors. Here's why StudioPress is tops. https://t.co/fAN2FVd6LM
— Photowebo (@photowebo) January 23, 2017