Theme Battles are a first here at Theme Lab. Below are screenshots of two uncoded designs, both created by Anto. It’s pretty simple, vote for the theme you’d rather see coded into a WordPress theme. Next week, I’ll tally up the votes and start coding the winning theme.
Read on to vote, and get more information on this new event at Theme Lab…
The poll is set to close next Monday at midnight, so be sure to get your vote in before then.
I know I haven’t been updating much lately, as I’ve been pretty busy doing freelance work as well as trying to get a couple new projects launched. I have a pretty big backlog of uncoded themes planned for release here at Theme Lab, and thought a regular “theme battle” would be an fun and interesting way to cut down on some of that work.
I’ll admit this idea is inspired by the new Theme Wars site. Unlike Theme Wars, however, the vote here actually means something. These themes are aren’t already coded, and only the winning theme will be coded and released as a WordPress theme. That, and the themes will be completely free.
Remember, check out the theme battles page for more information on this, including info on how to get your design featured in a battle here.
I’d be very interested to hear your feedback on this. How do you like this idea? What do you think of the themes up this week? Let me know which theme you voted for and why in the comments.
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