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Divinity Genesis for WordPress – Unique & Artistic Church Demo.

by Stelios Christozof on January 12, 2017 No comments

Divinity for WordPress is here! Our most gracious theme is now ready for your WordPress site. Experience the tremendous power of our latest design direction with Divinity’s Cards.

Upload customized Sermons, create Events & special sections for fundraising with just a few clicks and so much more! Divinity Genesis Demo , the perfect fit for Churches, religious groups, charity and fundraising organizations.

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Stelios ChristozofDivinity Genesis for WordPress – Unique & Artistic Church Demo.

Divinity Songs for WordPress – Clean, Minimal & Robust Demo.

by Stelios Christozof on January 11, 2017 No comments

Divinity for WordPress is here! Our most gracious theme is now ready for your WordPress site. Experience the tremendous power of our latest design direction with Divinity’s Cards.

Upload customized Sermons, create Events for fundraising with just a few clicks and so much more! Divinity Songs Demo , the perfect fit for any kind of charity and fundraising organizations, churches & religious groups.

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Stelios ChristozofDivinity Songs for WordPress – Clean, Minimal & Robust Demo.

Designing Themes – Clients vs. Marketplaces (Series 2 of 3)

by Stelios Christozof on December 30, 2016 No comments

This article is an excerpt from a recent speech “Designing Themes – Clients vs. Marketplaces” at the WordCamp Athens 2016 WordPress meet-up.

On our last part of Designing Themes – Clients vs. Marketplaces, we talked about our history, the job overall, the main tools and a development process for creating WordPress themes consisting of 6 parts. In the second part of this article series we will go over first 3 phases.

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Stelios ChristozofDesigning Themes – Clients vs. Marketplaces (Series 2 of 3)

Designing Themes – Clients vs. Marketplaces (Series 1 of 3)

by christos on December 2, 2016 No comments

This article is an excerpt from a recent speech “Designing Themes – Clients vs. Marketplaces” at the WordCamp Athens 2016 WordPress meet-up.

Oxygenna is a small group of people with a passion for the Web Design field. Most of us live and work in a very small town of Greece – Sitia – away from the big technology centers and the fact that we can create things that people use from all over the world is something that does not stop surprising us.

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christosDesigning Themes – Clients vs. Marketplaces (Series 1 of 3)