If you run a church website, there are design elements that fit your needs that won’t fit a food blogger’s goals (and vice versa).
If you run a school website, you want to make different design choices than a real estate agent.
And if you have an offline business, then your web design needs to align with your business objectives. The design choices made by an online business will differ, perhaps drastically.
Over the course of the last year, our StudioPress design team has released six themes that fit each one of these examples.
The important similarity between all six: they are all child themes for Genesis 2.0, meaning they are built on HTML5, mobile responsive, fast, and secure.
The differences will let you make the best possible choice for your audience.
So assuming you know who you’re designing for, let’s run down each of these six child themes that have been released this year. One of them will probably be right for you. (And if not, I guarantee one of these will be.)
Outreach Pro: the theme for churches
A church’s web presence is vitally important and can serve many key functions — from making sermons available online to generating awareness and support for worthy causes.
Outreach Pro gives churches the ability to reach out online and easily be reached right back.