Behold Verso – Bootstrap 4 Multipurpose HTML Theme

By oxygenna on April 27, 2017 in News, Themes

Behold Verso – Bootstrap 4 Multipurpose HTML Theme, our new theme!
Great! Another Multipurpose HTML Template
Hold on a sec. Verso is no ordinary template
Really? So what is so special about Verso?
Take a look at our demo site. Verso has 16 totally fantastic demo sites with super unique designs.

Lets Make Emojis Great Again

By oxygenna on February 13, 2017 in Freebies, News

Taking a deep dive into the surreality of the Trump ascendance, Oxygenna introduces a new set of freebies that will set an orange tone for your life. The emojis are available in .ai, .psd and psd format all in high super-trump resolution. Bring the walls down and use them as you wish for any personal, commercial or presidential project.

Divinity Acts – WordPress Charity Demo, Emotive & Clean Design

By oxygenna on February 6, 2017 in News, Themes

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.
A clean and emotive WordPress Charity Demo. Divinity Acts is great for fundraising and charity work that will help you change the world!

Ultimate Freebie – Material Design Bundle! More than 100 items!

By oxygenna on January 26, 2017 in Freebies, News

Check out our new Ultimate Freebie – Material Design Bundle !. As usual pixel perfect design, available in all appropriate formats including a Photoshop file and of course ready to use .png files and for the advanced users source .ai files for each item!

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

By oxygenna on January 16, 2017 in News, Themes, Tutorials

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

On our previous part of Designing Themes – Clients vs. Marketplaces, we talked about the first three stages of a theme’s creation. Research, Planning and Designing. In this third and last part we will discuss the last three stages of our process.