Introducing Designer, A Minimal Portfolio Theme

The sun is shining here in Northern California and for good reason! Today we’re very excited to announce our latest WordPress theme, Designer! Designer makes it super simple for anyone to get a portfolio site up and running very quickly and effortlessly.

Designer features a minimal and bold design that removes common distractions and places an emphasis on your content, whether it be images, galleries, audio or video. We’ve provided support for all media types so that you can really create a portfolio that’s catered to you and your work.

Make It Yours

Some of Designer's customizable options.

You can easily customize Designer to fit your style. Add a logo, customize your accent color, text color, background, add custom CSS styling and more, all with a live preview.

Build Your Portfolio

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Using a mix of images, galleries, audio and video, you can create an impressive portfolio of your latest projects. Simply plug in your content and Designer takes care of the rest.

Mobile and Tablet Ready

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Designer was crafted for all screens, from desktop to mobile and every device in between. Images, video and audio scale down gracefully for a seamless mobile browsing experience.

Distraction Free

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Designer tucks away all of the distractions to let visitors focus on your content. Responsive site navigation, social links and widgets are available via a slide-out sidebar.

Published by Mike McAlister

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die. I design all the things.

2 Comments

  1. I would like to know more about the backend makeup of your new themes when they are announced.

    For example what makes this theme different than other themes in your arsenal.

    Does it include SASS; what are its plugins; does it include CPTs; why do your sites specifically get the highest ratings on Theme Friendly; what is the performance of you new site; what icon sets and font families is it using; you know all the technical parts that are used in the product…..

    It would make it easier for me to decide whether to join Array or stay clear…. thank you!

    Reply
    • Hi Marcus,

      This is great feedback, thanks for that! We are working on some new theme pages that we can list these details more clearly. We’ll be sure to include these details.

      Just for a quick overview, Designer and Editor include Sass files. All themes going forward will also have Sass support. Each theme that has a portfolio uses either the Array Toolkit or Jetpack to power the portfolio and galleries.

      We get those high ratings on Theme Friendly because we take incredible care in crafting each theme, from the design details to the well-written code. Array is an official WordPress.com partner, so our themes also go through their rigorous testing before they’re released. It makes for a very lean and mean theme, inside and out.

      Thanks again for your feedback, Marcus, I look forward to implementing it.

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