Six WordPress themes to consider in 2016
There are a growing number of WordPress themes on the market, most of which promise to transform your website with the greatest of ease. Before you dive in head first, however, why not have a read through some of our favourite options that are currently available for firms looking for a WordPress spruce-up?
1. Trendy (http://www.trendytheme.net)
The striking video backgrounds facilitated by Trendy mean it is most likely to appeal to companies in search of a theme that will make a big impression, if not being especially subtle. It offers features such as Mail Chimp integration, and became one of the best sellers in its first two weeks on the market, which speaks volumes for the potential of the product.
2. Mega (http://www.megathemes.com)
Mega markets itself as simple and effective, with a range of different easily implementable layouts to choose from, and the good news is they are regularly updated. You don’t have to be a web designer to get to grips with it, and there are plenty of ecommerce options on offer, such as easy shopping cart, products and checkout functions.
Divi is extremely versatile and offers a way to build a responsive website which is mobile friendly. Entirely customisable, it is big on security and safety, with a structure designed to help boost SEO, potentially appealing more to the corporate market.
If your website is big on facts and figures, and engaging the visitor with key information, BBold could be for you. As the name suggests, it is brilliant when it comes to making words and numbers stand out, with a perfect range of colours and fonts to bring your website copy to life.
Cake has a wonderfully neat and modern feel to it, and is suited for users on smartphones and tablets. Supporting the WooCommerce plugin, Cake is able to facilitate the quick build of an online shop for your website, while maintaining a clean, attractive look.
6. Brandon (http://themes.muffingroup.com/brandon/)
Brandon is designed for business, giving your website a smart, professional appearance, and encouraging easy user navigation. It uses the Muffin Builder to make changing and updating themes a doddle, and offers a free customer support service if you do manage to get stuck while giving it a whirl.