Despite its beginnings as a reaction against trendy, busy design practices, minimalism has become a popular web design style over the past few years – and it’s not hard to understand its appeal. After previously pushing the envelope by making websites as flashy as possible, designers have finally cottoned onto what many users really want: functional design centered around quality content.
When searching for themes in other niches, you’ll likely start by creating a list of desired features. However, for a suitable minimalist theme, you’ll want as little pomp included as possible. This means busy elements such as social media widgets, complex slider plugins, and domineering animations are out. Instead, you’ll want gorgeous typography, plenty of color options, and functionality tailored towards displaying your content front and center. Ultimately, minimalist themes require you to get your hands dirty by testing out the demo sites. That way, you’ll recognize the right solution when you find it.
If you’re still feeling overwhelmed, don’t worry! In this collection, we’ll introduce more than 30 of the best minimalist WordPress themes to be found. By the end, you’ll have a much clearer idea of what’s right for your content.
It’s understandably hard to create a minimalist product that stands out from the pack. Uniq is a theme that promises to simplify the process. However, does it live up to its name?
The first step towards answering that question lies with Uniq’s six default layouts. They’re all minimal in design, with a heavy reliance on monochrome color schemes. For creatives, this theme does a good job of giving you some easy-on-the-eye designs to get you up and running quickly.
However, to create a truly unique layout, you’ll want to press the built-in GoodLayers page builder into service. This tool lets you drag and drop pre-built elements into place, which means that a lack of coding skills isn’t a barrier to a great-looking website.
Overall, we’d say that Uniq is actually a fairly standard minimalist theme. However, that doesn’t stop it from being a solid option from a good developer, and we encourage you to check out its features further if you’re building a minimalist portfolio site.
Just because a theme is minimalist, doesn’t mean it has to lack functionality or flexibility. Kalium has all the grace and subtlety of a swan – beautiful and stark above the surface, but powerful underneath.
Kalium is loaded with options. There are 11 demo templates to choose from (with more on the way) and an absolute wealth of portfolio and blog layouts at your disposal. What’s more, Kalium comes bundled with the popular, albeit complex, Slider Revolution plugin. While the plugin’s busier effects are a minimalism no-no, it can still be tastefully utilized to provide functional design enhancements.
In addition, you can accentuate your content by choosing from a myriad of customizations, including over 800 Google Fonts, and a full color palette. What’s more, by employing the bundled Visual Composer plugin, you can build layouts tailored to your unique design requirements.
Kalium certainly has the power and flexibility to offer a busy design aesthetic, but tastefully applied, it’s well-suited to a minimalist design – especially for those who want to show off a portfolio.
The golden rule of fashion is that clothes don’t define who you are. In other words, style and substance work together, but aren’t one and the same. Your fashion website also needs to hit both of those notes, and Zoli could be just the ticket to making that happen.
This theme defines itself as “minimalist and modern”, and the result is that the visual elements are most prominent on all of the nine demo page layouts. In that way, Zoli is well-suited to e-commerce out of the box, as it enables you to showcase your products effectively. It’s also fully compatible with WooCommerce, and the layouts are built using Elementor.
What’s more, there are plenty of dedicated shop and product pages to choose from. Since they all look great with little tweaking needed, you can get your fashion store up and running quickly. In fact, you could probably create a fully-functional and professional-looking website within a couple of hours, just by using the default layouts.
Overall, Zoli is minimal but not sparse – which is perfect for setting up a fashion-related e-commerce store. We encourage you to check out the demo out and see for yourself!
Elegant is perfect for those who want to focus on their website content without the distraction of fancy animations and effects.
It’s obvious that this theme has been built with simple customization in mind. This is immediately evident in the features that Elegant offers, all of which allow the user to create the exact look that they’re after without having to be a coding pro.
These features are all supported by the Themify Drag & Drop Builder, which makes changing layout a breeze and is perfect if you want to experiment with different designs.
If you are feeling a little more creative, Elegant also comes with a Customize Panel which allows the more technically competent to customize everything from header to footer.
If the content you create is visually striking, Elegant is perfect for you. If however you require something extra to carry your content, you may want to look elsewhere.
There’s often a similar format to minimalist themes: monochromatic color schemes, simple typography, and bare functionality. However, the majority of the themes we’ve seen are designed for blogs and portfolios. Aurum bucks the trend, and looks to give WooCommerce store owners the chance to provide function over style as well.
Minimalism and e-commerce make a perfect match by placing the focus on the products themselves. Aurum offers seven demo layouts, encompassing all manner of online store types. There’s also a wealth of pre-built page layouts to choose from, along with a selection of essential pages to get you up and running. The bundled Visual Composer plugin can also be pressed into service for any unique layout requirements you may have.
As for the layouts, the majority feature a header that incorporates image or video backgrounds. However, that’s about as fancy as the design gets, and it means your products can take center stage. As you’d expect, typography is pleasing to read, and there are also some neat additions to each product page such as a wishlist button, and a related products section.
While many minimalist themes are centered around blogging, e-commerce themes can also embrace and benefit from the design trend. Aurum is a solid option for creating a clean online store, and should definitely be added to your wishlist.
Minimalism remains incredibly popular when it comes to web design. As such, there are a wealth of minimalist themes available, so it takes something special to stand out. Ottar is hoping to position itself as your new favourite option
It’s clear from the demo layouts that Ottar is designed for making your creative portfolio look good. Classic minimalist elements, such as monochromatic color schemes and chunky text, help focus the eye on any visuals, and text content is kept to a minimum. While the default version of Ottar isn’t ideal for more content-heavy applications, the bundled WPBakery Page Builder plugin could help you create layouts more suited to that need.
In addition, the developers have clearly worked hard to provide templates that ‘just work’ right out of the box. There are even plenty of compelling rollover effects dotted throughout, which are tastefully implemented and do just enough to provide a more dynamic feel to the pages.
Ottar is a likeable theme, if not exactly innovative. While it may not do much that’s out of the ordinary, it’s a solid minimalist theme with plenty of perks. If that sounds like what you’re looking for, we’d definitely suggest giving it a look.
One of the endearing elements of minimalism is its tasteful application of space and color – or lack thereof. The premise is that just because you can do something, that doesn’t mean that you should. Oshine is a case in point – it’s arguably one of the most powerful themes around, but you can also scale back its functionality to produce something more demure.
Appealing to designers and creators, Oshine is a modern theme with over 27 demo templates to choose from. However, because it’s a flexible and powerful beast, some of the demos are not going to appeal to minimalists. That being said, the theme includes a custom drag-and-drop page builder to help you create unique layouts, should you need to make your own customizations.
Given the focus on minimalism, it may seem a bit redundant to mention the power Oshine has, but it’s necessary to showcase just what it can do. There are over 600 Google Fonts to choose from, a number of header options, and a remarkable portfolio builder that offers almost any layout you can imagine.
Oshine isn’t billed as a minimalist theme, but it can tackle the trend just as well as other dedicated contenders. It’s more than suitable for creating a functional layout, but it’s also going to be there for you if you ever outgrow your minimalist leanings. All in all, Oshine is highly recommended!
A common misconception is that minimalist websites are by nature dull and unexciting. Stockholm serves as an excellent example to counteract that thinking.
This theme definitely adheres to a minimalist aesthetic. Its designs make generous use of white space, and keep the key elements on each page simple. At the same time, its layouts and smart use of accents make the many demos on offer look compelling. Of particular note are the wide variety of header options, both of the fixed and ‘sticky’ varieties.
Stockholm is a truly multipurpose theme – well-suited to a wide range of applications. It’s highly customizable, and has a lot of options for incorporating your logo, imagery, and other branding elements. Stockholm also offers an expandable search field, various custom shortcodes, and pre-built layouts for blogs and portfolios.
Stockholm gives you a basic but attractive template to work with, and lets you add as much or as little content as you’d like. It’s an excellent choice if you’re hoping to build something truly unique.
One way to take minimalist web design to the extreme is to eliminate images and other media altogether and rely solely on text. That’s what Typology does – it strips away all unnecessary clutter and ensures that your readers will focus only on your content.
Due to its simplicity, Typology features a quick setup and customization process that nonetheless affords a decent amount of control over how your site looks. There are multiple post layouts to choose from, as well as several options for personalizing your design and homepage. Naturally, there are a wide range of ways to style your text by setting its size, formatting, colors, and so on. If you want to apply your own branding, you can upload and incorporate a logo and icons.
Typology also covers the basics when it comes to technology and performance. It’s fully responsive, and as you would imagine from an ultra-minimalist theme, its load times are enviable. There’s a dedicated theme options panel that makes initial setup easy, and you’ll have access to a dozen shortcodes that can simplify the design process. In addition, Typology has built-in translation capabilities, including a setting that will switch your blog into right-to-left reading mode. This theme won’t overload you with options, but does provide the essentials you’ll need for a text-focused site.
Built with minimalist bloggers in mind, Typology is a no-nonsense theme that will get you up and running very quickly. If it matches your requirements, it’s well worth a look.
Any time your website needs to focus squarely on your content, minimalism is a sure-fire bet for maximum impact. Holver is looking to crowbar its way through a very saturated minimalist theme market, but it does just enough to warrant your attention.
The majority of themes look to showcase their demo layouts and page templates, but Holver doesn’t go down that track. Instead, you get one layout, with the option to customize it further by utilizing the bundled Visual Composer plugin. While it may seem restrictive, in practice it’s perfect for getting up and running with minimal fuss – a key element of minimalism that many themes forget.
As for the portfolio element, there’s little to choose from layout-wise – just two or three columns and the option to display your work within a lightbox. Animations are tastefully applied and don’t distract from your work – just as it should be.
Although it’s not a one-trick pony, Holver is focused on doing one thing well: offering a minimalist design with little in the way of additional functionality. For some, the lack of flexibility will raise alarm bells, but for us it’s what a true minimalist theme should be. Check it out, but be prepared to end your search early!
Minimalism isn’t just for designers – it’s suitable for all manner of creative niches including the humble blog. A theme such as CheerUp could be just the ticket for lifestyle bloggers.
While CheerUp bills itself as “exceptional on all kinds of blogs and minimal magazines”, the developers are clearly focusing on personal aesthetics. What’s more, the theme includes six demo layouts – but combined with the included elements, you can create up to 200 different layout variations. Also, with a number of header and footer styles, you’ll be set for design options. It’s nothing if not flexible.
The overall look of CheerUp is unfussy – as you’d expect from a minimal lifestyle theme – and other than the bundled WooCommerce plugin, all of the necessary functionality for getting up and running can be found within the WordPress back end. At your disposal are a myriad of design customizations, five built-in sliders, and a number of widgets displaying popular and related posts, social media feeds, and much more.
CheerUp is deceptively powerful. On the surface it looks like yet another blogging theme, but under the hood it can be put to work to create a solid-looking minimalist website. It’s definitely one for your shortlist.
If you want to publish your content in a neat, readable and timelessly cool format, Kathy is worth your consideration. This lightweight, responsive, and extremely fast theme is a good fit for photography portfolios, online magazines, book reviews, travel blogs, and virtually all other creative endeavors (professional or personal).
If you need to showcase videos, high-definition images or a mixture of both, Kathy will ensure they are beautifully presented. Both list and grid layout options are available for portfolio pages, and Kathy gives you the option to add a lightbox function.
Despite its minimal design, Kathy offers a range of typography combinations, including Google Fonts. Bloggers will like the ability to adjust excerpt lengths too, enabling you to generate more comprehensive previews than many other themes permit.
If these aspects tick all of the boxes on your wish list, Kathy will be an excellent choice for creating a simple yet eye-catching website quickly.
Let us pose a question: What constitutes ‘minimalist’ to you? Whatever your answer is, we’d bet that the animations and flourishes found in Vino will make its status as a minimalist theme questionable. However, all of Vino’s features do serve a clear purpose.
Admittedly, the nine demo layouts included with Vino look very similar. Given the ample use of negative space, and the focus on media and text, these layouts could be seen as interchangeable. However, the differences amount to decidedly non-minimalist elements.
For example, headings by default have an accent color flourish and an attention-grabbing rollover effect. While this functionality is not precisely minimalist, it does offer some depth and dynamics to an otherwise flat-looking page. Other elements, such as the overlapping navigation, achieve the same goal.
While you may think we’re not fans of Vino, we actually like it quite a bit. It’s an attractive-looking theme, and provides enough functionality to help you create a customized layout. It’s likely to appeal primarily to visual creatives, due to the heavy focus on media (especially images). However, given the customization options on offer, Vino could find a home on all manner of different niches and sites.
Sometimes you want to ensure that visitors to your site will stay focused on its content, rather than its design or flashy features. If that’s what you’re looking for, Kleanity is a powerful minimalist theme that will showcase your work without being intrusive.
Like any good minimalist theme, Kleanity has an uncluttered and modern visual style. It works well for a website intended to show off your work, such as an online portfolio, product showcase, or photography site. Initial setup is easy thanks to a selection of pre-made homepages and 29 customizable layouts for blogs, portfolios, and galleries. There are also 19 header styles to choose from. The theme’s demo importer enables you to pick and choose the parts you want from these demo styles and layouts, so you don’t have to choose between a pre-built site and creating one from scratch.
Most of Kleanity’s additional features are aimed at keeping design and ongoing maintenance easy. There’s a custom admin panel that enables you to change almost anything on the site – such as layouts, headers, and colors – from one location. The drag-and-drop content builder makes the process of adding content smooth, and you can see your changes immediately thanks to the live site customizer.
Kleanity is a deceptively simple theme. Don’t let it fool you – it has all the tools you need to give your content, work, or products the spotlight they deserve.
Many times, choosing a theme for your website hinges on finding the best way to display your products. Fortunately, themes such as Arnold offer a diverse variety of creative ways to display your offerings, while still letting you optimize the presentation.
This WooCommerce compatible theme is a crisp, streamlined, and image-focused theme for creative professionals. It’s ideal for showcasing products, building photo galleries, and even blogging. A major stand out feature of Arnold is its built-in drag-and-drop custom portfolio builder. This ultra-simple system lets you adjust the size of your portfolio’s graphics, while still retaining an even balance of the elements of your page.
Arnold’s portfolio builder is ideal for creating product catalogues where certain images benefit from different orientations. For example, a homeware store could create vertical images for taller items (such as lamps and fridges), and horizontal images for long images, such as tables. The overall effect is much easier on the eye than standard product pages.
Arnold is a strong contender among minimalist themes, and the glowing reviews are testament to this. If you are looking to set up a robust, image-centred e-commerce site, this theme should definitely make your shortlist.
It’s a brave theme that looks to pack in the features while trying to remain true to its minimalist ideals. However, Authentic manages it – and all without becoming overly busy to boot.
This theme is suited to lifestyle blogs, but it has a very robust look that somehow suits the content. Thanks to the chunky Montserrat default font, Authentic has a very functional feel to it, although there are a wealth of Google Fonts to choose from to help match your design to your brand.
There are plenty of other features included that would normally be out of place within a minimalist theme. Prominent parallax backgrounds occupy not only the header (which can also include videos), but images too – inline, featured, and teaser. There are carousels, sliders, and a plethora of other widgets for displaying your content that should make for an overwhelming visual assault. However, it doesn’t. Authentic is a surprisingly easy view, and it proves that color and font choices go a long way in presenting a clear and clean looking website.
On paper, Authentic is slightly odd: It’s a minimalist lifestyle theme incorporating video and parallax backgrounds, sliders and carousels, and social media feeds. However, what could become a mess of ideals turns out to be a superb theme for creating your website. If you’re torn between minimalism and wanting to showcase a lot of content, Authentic might just have your back.
Portfolios often lend themselves to minimalism, and that’s because they thrive on elements that help to showcase work rather than distracting the user with flashy graphics. The aptly named Charm is direct with its premise – displaying your work with the minimum of fuss.
Although this theme offers some demo content, there are only six designs – all centered around showing off your portfolio. The header is neat and tidy, the home page portfolio offers infinite scrolling, and there are tasteful overlay animations for each entry.
As you may have guessed, Charm is more suited to displaying visual work than anything else. That being said, you’re able to set up a functioning blog but it’s quite basic – understandable given its overall focus.
There’s little to talk about with Charm, but that doesn’t mean we’re not enamoured with it. It’s a simple theme for displaying a highly visual portfolio. If you’d like your work to stand on its own merits, and you’re in the market for a solid minimalist theme, Charm will be ideal.
The creative, minimalist themes market is quite saturated. It means a theme has to either showcase exceptional design or offer standout functionality to get by. Dani doesn’t offer anything unique, so it’s having to rely on pure design to vie for your attention.
Of the nine demo themes on hand, not all are truly minimalist. However, a good portion are – and coupled with the myriad of blog and portfolio layouts on offer, you’ll have no problem creating a unique layout to showcase your work. What’s more, there are a selection of Google Fonts and other customizations to choose from, helping you to create a unique layout with a minimalist bent.
Although you also get the option to include image or video backgrounds (including a parallax option), and create full screen hero sections with the bundled Slider Revolution plugin, you’ll not be turning to them when creating a minimalist website. Still, the options are there for you, offering a little more flexibility when you need it.
Dani is a good theme. It’s simple and to the point, yet can do much more than just minimalism. However, we’re sold on its more functional elements – and after checking out the demo, you will be too!
While minimalist design has its benefits, there are some definite drawbacks too. For example, a key aspect is to subtract elements from a design, meaning that many themes can come across as ‘samey’. Because of that, minimalist themes such as Proton has to rely on stellar functionality under the hood – something which it achieves with aplomb.
Many of Proton’s elements are a carbon copy of its competitors – a monochromatic color scheme, a lack of bundled plugins, and an options panel bereft of more jazzier design customizations. Even the portfolio has little choice available – there are three simple options: two, three, or four columns. However, to judge Proton on these elements alone is completely missing the point.
The default font choices are superlative, and the colors have been well-chosen. We particularly like the layout of the page headline and accompanying subheading. Furthermore, scrolling and animations are not overwhelming, and there’s an air of quality running throughout the whole theme. You could conceivably install the theme, upload your work, and be up and running with a high-quality website in a matter of minutes – which is exactly the point.
As you may have guessed, we love Proton. It’s in keeping with the fundamentals of minimalist design, and arguably does it better than its rivals. Normally we’d tell you to add it to your shortlist, but forget that. Simply try it out, and you’ll likely be convinced to buy it.
There are only a smattering of dedicated minimalist e-commerce themes available, and that’s a shame. Minimalism is well-suited to e-commerce, and a theme such as Savoy exemplifies high-quality design that focuses on your store’s products.
With Savoy, there’s only one layout (a grid showcasing your store’s products), although you can customize it further using the bundled Visual Composer plugin. There are also some advanced header features such as a touch-enabled slider, and further choice in this regard from the bundled Slider Revolution plugin.
Although there isn’t much in the way of functionality to write about, that’s not to say Savoy is lacking in any department. The default fonts and colors are well-chosen, and the layout design has clearly been pored over. In fact, after uploading your products, you could easily be up and running with the default layout within minutes.
On paper, you’d be forgiven for thinking that there’s little about Savoy worth exploring. However, you’d be wrong. It’s a stellar theme, and one that could offer a high-quality sheen to your online store. If you’re looking for a minimalist theme with classy attributes, Savoy should become part of your shortlist.
Mauna is a full screen portfolio theme designed with creative professionals and agencies in mind. Its unique and fresh design is not as minimalist as some, but it offers a beautiful aesthetic with plenty of features for adding a little interest.
If you’re looking to make a statement, Mauna could be the theme for you. Its demo pages are largely focused on showcasing standout imagery with complementary text. You can add intrigue with video, animations, and a range of sliders to create a truly unique look. There are nine one click demos which can be easily tailored to suit your specific needs. You can also tweak Mauna’s design to fit your unique needs by selecting the perfect typography from over 600 Google Fonts.
Mauna may not be as hardcore minimalist as some themes on this list, but it does offer a clutter free environment in which to showcase your images and designs.
Milano is an uber chic and elegant theme that presents an array of monochrome design concepts. Its demos make an impact with intense imagery surrounded by a solid white frame and black block text.
The developers have created a very distinct and edgy design that is echoed throughout the theme. With that in mind, Milano may not be for everyone, but it is definitely on trend and ready to impress. Ideal for portfolio sites and offering 18 layouts tailored specifically to showcase your work, this WooCoomerce compatible theme is also perfect for e-commerce websites and comes with nine stunning shop templates.
All of your pages can be easily edited with Visual Composer, which is included with the theme. You can also play with other features such as Slider Revolution, animated page transitions, and interactive elements. Milano’s customization features definitely won’t disappoint, so if you’re impressed with its aesthetic, we recommend you snap it up.
Website animations are often considered the antithesis of minimalism. It’s understandable – the more movement on a webpage, the less focus there is on your content. However, Vinero is the exception, and tastefully applies animations to enhance its sparse design.
In a refreshing change to other themes, there are no demo layouts in Vinero. Instead, you get one layout, and one portfolio design – perfect for the purists, and it enables you to get up and running straight away. However, there are a multitude of customizations to be found within a dedicated admin panel, and there’s also a bundled version of the Visual Composer plugin to customize your layout further.
As for the animations, they succeed in keeping the focus on your content, while offering a little movement to keep things from being too dour. You have the option to choose a parallax hero background, and each portfolio entry keeps things simple with a slow fading overlay displaying any additional information.
Vinero is one for the minimalist fundamentalists. There’s little to tinker with, yet it provides enough to exercise flexibility in design. Vinero is perfect for creating a no-fuss website with a modern bent, and for a pure minimalist website, there’s little better.
Borano is a sleek and creative theme best suited to showcasing photography or design portfolios. Its focus on images and other media enables photographers, videographers, and other creative professionals to flaunt their work in a unique way.
With 11 homepage options including slideshow, video, and image panning, you can be sure to grab your viewer’s attention. However, it’s worth noting that some demo pages appear to suffer from slow page load times, possibly due to some of these features. For your portfolio pages there are 18 built-in layouts and 11 galleries – no shortage of options.
Borano is simple and elegant with enough features to enable you to create a unique and professional website. If you’re looking for sleek layouts and the opportunity to add multiple media forms, this theme could be the one for you.
Adios is a portfolio theme that can be mostly described as minimalist, if a little clunky at times. One immediate pitfall with this theme is that most of its demos seem to use wowing imagery to disguise the same headers and arguably lackluster pages.
Demo woes aside, Adios does come with Visual Composer, so you can easily drag-and-drop until you have the structure you’re looking for. You also have use of over 700 Google Fonts, customizable menus, and unlimited widget options.
While the initial impact is big, it soon becomes apparent that creativity wasn’t perhaps at the forefront during Adios’ design stage. However, on second glance, it’s clear that it has enough flexibility to give you the bones of a beautiful minimalist website. Whether you’re willing to choose it over the other themes available is another matter.
Subjectivity in creative design is ever present. That’s what makes it interesting – a captivating design in one person’s eyes is an overwhelming eyesore to another. Modesto bills itself as a “minimal and creative” theme, and although it is powerful, we think it’s missed the target.
First things first: Modesto is jam-packed with functionality. There are over 24 demo templates, and over 50 pre-built page layouts to choose from. What’s more, the designers among you will love the free Photoshop files included with the theme.
However, while it’s feature-rich, it is not minimalist. Many of the demo layouts include complex animations, sliders, and other elements, and while you’re not wedded to using them, it seems to be a bit at odds with the developer’s design ethos.
We’re not suggesting Modesto is a bad theme, or even that it can’t be coaxed into offering a minimalist design. However, straight out of the box, it fulfills a very different design brief. For that reason, we’d recommend Modesto, but only after checking out the demo pages and feature set first to assess its suitability.
Hellomouse is advertised as a minimalist portfolio theme, but you would arguably place it on the ‘busy’ side of ‘minimalist’. And while it is somewhat lacking on the design front, it does offer enough intuitive features to redeem itself as a solid theme.
The somewhat dated look of the demo is a far cry from the ‘wow’ factor exhibited by many of its competitors. However, much of this can be changed via easy to navigate customization options. Hellomouse also comes with several pre-built layouts ready to be crafted to fit your needs, offers fully customizable widgets, and is built with SEO in mind.
Ironically, the authors’ top selling feature is a “great first impression”. While that may not be your initial take on this theme, you still might want to give it a second look. Hellomouse is easy to use and can definitely provide you with the means to create a striking minimalist portfolio.
Nerduck is just about as minimalist as it gets. It encourages the use of lots of whitespace and exhibiting your imagery and text in a stark, dramatic fashion.
While it doesn’t go overboard with a ton of pre-built designs and templates, Nerduck could be exactly what you’re looking for in terms of being sleek, modern, and minimalist. Hidden menu options mean that you can really strip text down to the bare minimum. Visual Composer and Slider Revolution are both included.
Nerduck definitely delivers on the clean and minimalist concept. It has a well-defined page structure with somewhat limited customization options. If its unique aesthetic is something you love, then go for it, but if you want more flexibility with your layouts, you may have to look elsewhere.
Vega’s main focus is on making your portfolio gallery look great, meaning it is perfect for those who are only concerned with showcasing design work or photography.
Vega offers a wide range of layout and portfolio options which are backed up by its user friendly Content Builder. These features allow you to create a unique design which you won’t find replicated elsewhere, without having to tackle code.
The parallax header backgrounds and full screen templates are nice additions, allowing you to feature content in all areas of your website, not just in your portfolio.
Vega also takes into account the finer details of design, such as typography, layout styles and animation, which helps to create a really polished and professional looking website.
ROUA manages to be a very ‘slick’ theme while still maintaining a minimalistic style. As is good to see with any minimalistic theme, the developers have used CSS3 animations sparingly, to achieve a glossy rather than heavy-handed finish.
Speaking of glossy, ROUA has been carefully designed throughout. The blog’s design is especially noteworthy, featuring article excerpts over full-width featured images, leading to single column post pages with enormous full-screen featured images and a very eye-catching parallax scrolling effect.
ROUA is a stylish and professional-looking theme that promises to create a “trendy online presence.” If that’s what you’re looking for, ROUA may well be the solution.