Posts Tagged ‘twenty twelve’

How not to Design a Theme from Drew Strojny


WordPress 3.5 has entered early development and will be featuring the new Twenty Twelve default theme. If you’re curious about what went into the new default theme, designer Drew Strojny took a reverse approach to this in his talk at WordCamp San Francisco 2012, How not to Design a Default Theme. [wpvideo zxcUHtZZ] Currently, Twenty Twelve is available to bloggers if you want to play around with it. It will also be available via the official Theme Directory for bloggers shortly, and included with the release of WordPress 3.5.

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Twenty Twelve Theme on the Drawing Board


The new default theme for WordPress 3.4, appropriately named Twenty Twelve, is officially on the drawing board. This year’s theme will be overseen by none other than WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg. The focus is to develop a theme that is “kind of different from before, generally palatable, and that Matt likes.” Some new things to look forward to include a variable height header image, less “clever things that aren’t super-useful,” and this will be the first default WordPress theme to have no header image by default. For some odd reason, I have stuck to the default themes ever since Twenty Ten debuted, so I’m really looking forward to seeing what Twenty Twelve has in store for us.

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