June 19, 2018
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Every month seems to have its own trends when it comes to the design of themes. Given the fact that the summer is rearing its head more and more every day, we are getting a “warmer” feel from all the popular themes. Despite these seasonal trends, there are some values that every good theme has to exemplify. After a good look around, we’ve chosen these three to be the most outstanding and most beloved by WordPress users.

XI Portfolio

When you intend to display all your visual work in one place, you have to have a WordPress theme that is tailor-made for all the flaunting you want to do. XI Portfolio is one such theme, forged to get photography sites, digital agencies and studios to the next level. The best thing about this immensely popular theme is the existence of both a free and a premium version.

With the premium one, you get more detailed portfolio pages, along with more video and image galleries. It’s something that just might make your photos and design much more noticeable.

Twenty Seventeen

Since we all know that video is the future of digital marketing and the signifier of a good online presence, Twenty Seventeen just might be the theme you need. Wit ha header video and hi-res, immersive featured images, there is much to pay attention to when it comes to this theme. Yet, even with its cluster of features, you can still say that it’s one of the most minimalistic themes to date.

It’s barely asymmetrical, something that irks the human eye and makes us pay attention. It has multi-language support and a multitude of customization options.

Orfeo

Unlike the first two themes, this April gem is much more versatile, but that doesn’t mean it’s not as good when it comes to approaching a certain task. Fit for WooCommerce use, you can make managerial wonders with only a few tweaks and changes. And the best part – it requires no coding knowledge whatsoever.

A stable and well-coded theme, Orfeo is a good solution for both beginners and grizzled veterans of the WordPress business.

Smridhi Malhotra

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