Imagine that you’re creating a WordPress theme for bloggers who want a well crafted and attractive theme that allows their content to stand out and be the focus of attention… what would that theme look like?
Fortunately you don’t have to imagine too hard because Studiopress have just released Quattro, a theme that does exactly that.
Quattro 1.0 is the 14th mobile responsive Genesis theme and it provides a clean, spacious and gloriously textured canvas for you to showcase your content.
If you want to check if this is the right backdrop for your content, head over to Studiopress and see Quattro in action.
…..not everyone wants or needs a magazine style homepage or one with all kinds of featured sections.
I spent a lot of time crafting Quattro with an emphasis on design and textures…
Sometimes people want a theme where they can just write.
Brian Gardner – Studiopress
Vintage looks and modern design provides a classic feel to all your content
There was a time when blogs were all about content, but over time themes become the focus of attention.
With the release of Quattro, Studiopress have redressed the balance and turned the spotlight back on to the content.
By producing an uncluttered, well crafted theme with attention to detail and great font combinations, they have produced a modern theme, which allows you to concentrate on what you do best… produce quality content.
The Quattro theme really does give you the best of both worlds, a modern design with a retro feel.
The vintage look and modern design of the mobile responsive Quattro theme sets an instantly classic tone for all of your content online.
What features do you get with the Quattro theme?
Having decided that Quattro will give your site the feel and look you are looking for, you’ll want to check out what features are included.
First of all you get the power of the Genesis theme framework which includes, rock-solid coding, state-of-the-art security and built in SEO.
Add to that the following features:
- Mobile responsive – make sure your visitors are having a great viewing experience, whatever device they’re browsing on.
- Three colour styles – personalise your site with a choice of three colours, blue, brown and grey.
- Six layout options – various combinations of content and sidebars that allow you to style your content on a page by page / post by post basis.
- Custom background and custom header – easily add your own background and header images.
- Featured images – supports WordPress featured images.
3 colour styles, 6 layout options, custom background, custom header, featured images, fixed width, mobile responsive, theme options
Head over to StudioPress and pick up your copy of the Quattro theme
The sepia tints and nostalgic tones of the Quattro theme will give your site a classic and crafted look whilst leaving your content as the centre of attention.
To find out details of pricing etc. head over to Studiopress and put the Quattro theme through its paces and see its features in action.
I can see many uses for a the Quattro theme. My imagination takes me to an old time French newspaper styled blog or possibly a photographer with a passion for B&W photos.
Think outside the box and this theme has lots of potential.
Rick Duncan – Studiopress blog
Hope you found the review helpful and if you want to ask any questions or get involved with the discussion, please leave a comment or tweet me via the tweet link below – enjoy.
— Keith Davis (@wmwebdes) July 28, 2012