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30 Best WordPress Themes by ThemeForest

by brantwilson
on November 28, 2013

in Inspiration Resources Web Design WordPress

One of the most popular websites for finding WordPress themes is definitely ThemeForest. It’s easy to see why, too, with thousands of themes available for so many different industries and purposes. Just as with other WordPress theme sites, you do run the risk of purchasing a poorly designed theme, even with competition. Thankfully with reviews, comments, and feedback, you can usually tell if a theme is the right one for your project.

The only downside is that searching for a top-notch, easy to use theme can take time…lots of time. So in response to this problem is a list below of 30 of the best WordPress themes by ThemeForest. All are top-rated themes that came with excellent reviews. They are also themes that come with excellent support. All are themes that have been either created this year or recently updated. So take a look and see if any work for your upcoming projects. And if you still can’t find what you need, you may want to check out Best Responsive WordPress Themes or 30 Creative WordPress Themes.

1. 907 One Page Parallax

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The Importance of Language and Character Set in Web Design

by Jake Rocheleau
on July 5, 2013

in Web Design

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Looking back into history the Internet has gone through many phases. Back in the 1990s there was a lot of mis-direction among the changing character sets. These basically outlined a library of symbols which would be translated into certain characters of languages all around the world. It is an important topic to understand how we have gotten into the trends of modern web design.

printed character set lesson typography pieces

I want to go into a bit of depth on points of Unicode character encoding and HTML entities. I don’t mean for this to be a full master list. But to act as more of an introduction into a topic which many designers are not familiar with. Granted the UTF-8 charset has allowed for an almost unanimous configuration of every language on the face of the Earth.

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How Web Designers & Developers Work Best Together

by Jake Rocheleau
on July 2, 2013

in Designers Web Design

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The process of becoming a designer and developer can be excruciating and quite exhausting. Each of these fields has such a depth of study with a lot to earn. And becoming proficient in just design or development can be hard enough. Often times it is easier to pair up and work with a designer/developer for your own projects.

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But what are the easiest methods for handling such a relationship? I want to share just a few ideas on how designers and developers can work best together. If each person at least has an understanding of what the other needs to do, it will become a much simpler experience. These two job types should be guiding each other down the path towards creating a wonderful final product.

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