Jason Schuller is working on a light redesign of Press75’s website, and posted the above teasers to Dribbble. What do you think of the new light approach shown off in these images? Share your thoughts here or on Schuller’s Dribbble postings.
Chris Wallace posted a teaser of the next theme prime for release at UpThemes. It’s called StoreFrontal, and it will be an e-commerce theme built with support for the WP e-Commerce and Jigoshop plugins. For a bit more information, and a couple of other screenshots of the upcoming theme (due out in December) check out the teaser post at UpThemes.
While there is no real information about when it will be added, Carl Hancock (of rocketgenius fame) has shared a little video previewing a new feature for Gravity Forms. This signature feature allows you to, well, add your signature to the form before you submit. Check it out in action in his video on TwitVid. Or, head past the jump to watch it right here on WPCandy.
Since there’s no information about the application of this feature, what could you see yourselves using it for?
Brian Gardner first teased his followers, before finally previewing something new for Genesis 1.8 — and no, it’s not just a redesign of Agency. Genesis version 1.8 will bring responsiveness to the default theme. In time, Gardner said, they will be revisiting all their available child themes to introduce responsiveness.
The image above was posted earlier today to WPZoom’s Facebook page. It’s a teaser for their upcoming magazine theme. What do you think?
Pippin Williamson of (the appropriately named) Pippin’s Plugins has been working on a new plugin, and has even been so kind as to make a preview video to show what it can really do. His new plugin will give users the ability easily and quickly add/modify columns to post types.
You can watch the preview video, embedded just after the jump.
WordPress theme shop Mint Themes has announced their intentions to launch e-commerce themes, some of which will be responsive. Interestingly, they are opting to build the themes to be compatible with multiple e-commerce plugins, including Cart66, Shopp, JigoShop, Quixly, PulleyApp.
Up until now Mint Themes has focused on only band themes and church themes, but it looks like very soon they will be entering the e-commerce niche in a big way.
The folks at 8BIT are teasing an upcoming theme via their Twitter accounts. It looks like the new theme will be part of a larger plan as well — what is your best guess at what’s coming next from them?
Welcome Pack is a plugin developed by Paul Gibbs that is designed to enhance the new user experience on a BuddyPress site. Based on Gibbs’ preview image it looks like the next version will include fancy HTML emails.