We are very pleased to announce the launch of the StudioPress Marketplace – where developers from around the community can sell their work.
It’s no secret that the Genesis Framework is used by a lot of people – we have 39 child themes, 54,000 customers and our records indicate that Genesis is used on more than 300,000 sites.
It’s also no secret that there is an incredible amount of talented developers in the WordPress community who build their client sites with Genesis.
So we’ve decided to team up with them to make your experience the very best it can be.
What is the StudioPress Marketplace?
We’ve created a single place for you to buy StudioPress-approved child themes from third-party designers – it’s called the StudioPress Marketplace. Here you will be able to find a simple solution to the ongoing problem of finding a variety of well-built designs powered by Genesis.
We’re going to stay on top of state-of-the-art for you. We’re going to review every theme for you. And most importantly, we’re going to find amazing designers and new themes for you.
More Details to Come About the Marketplace
We’re sure you want to know all of the details regarding the StudioPress Marketplace and we’ll be telling you how you can submit your themes very soon.
We’re doing a soft launch with some hand picked developers for the time being, but we have intentions of opening the doors for anyone to submit their Genesis-powered theme.
Please welcome the first four (of many) excellent themes to the Marketplace:
Blingless Child Theme
For the micro-blogger, speed is everything. You want to keep screen alive with new color, text, and image. Near-constant movement. The Blingless theme gets out of your way, so you can get on to what’s next. Blingless was designed by Dre Armeda of CubicTwo.
Elle Child Theme
You’re in the city. You’re in the country. You’ve got stories and pictures and ideas that can’t be contained by mere … stereotypes. Let the Elle theme frame your life or business the way you want it framed. Elle was designed by Lauren Mancke of Northbound Design.
Maximum Child Theme
Utmost impact. Lavish readability. Maximum … awesome. The Maximum theme delivers — in a big way — whether you’re building your company, or creating your personal brand. Maximum was designed by Brad Potter of Theme Craft.
Vintage Child Theme
Somehow, it’s old and new. The best vintage pieces point back in history, and look forward, defining the future. The Vintage theme allows you to wrap your photos, your words, your audio in the feel of another time. Vintage was designed by Lauren Gaige of Restored 316 Designs.