Here’s another look at Evoo, completely minimalist, easy to use, has some funky animations that you can enable or disable at your liesure.
Here’s a final look at the plain-Jane, vanilla personal blog design. Oh, it is optimized for gestures though, which makes it very mobile friendly.
That’s more of a look at a theme than I typically do, but that’s just because I don’t have a ton to say about this theme. Frankly, I doubt it gains much popularity. It’s boring, it’s dull. There are better themes out there that can do precisely what this theme does and they do it for free. Take our Silverbow theme, for example.
Maybe calling this theme dull is unfair, but I really don’t love the font choices. The theme’s developer is Ki-Themes and looking at the other stuff they’ve done, almost none of it has proven to be successful. I mean, one of the 17 items they have on ThemeForest has more than 100 downloads and that’s a WordPress 404 page with a picture of a cup of coffee on it and it only runs $9 for a license. Haha.
It’s rated well, sure, but considering it’s been on ThemeForest for over 5 years, it’s not popular at all. So, you know, I doubt this Evoo theme is very popular either.
So, in general, I don’t recommend this theme. If you want ThemeIt’s advice, check out some different minimalist themes in this collection.