There’s a lot to like about Provolio, a portfolio theme for WordPress sites that value creativity and functionality in equal measure. Provolio is a really nice looking theme, the layouts are clear and well made and for building an online gallery, it really is tough to top this theme. Provolio has parallax layouts, a ton of variety in image placement, size and shape, there are multiple contact pages, multiple blog types, service pages and a lot more.
Visual Composer and Slider Revolution are included, as is Essential Grid. The first two, I really don’t enjoy, but Essential Grid is fine. There’s one click demo data import, responsive and fluid design and tons of theme options to choose from. Provolio is a WooCommerce WordPress theme too.
Created by an Elite Author on ThemeForest, Provolio has sold over 150 times, which really isn’t a ton. That’s after around nine months on the market. The rating isn’t sparkling either at 3.9 overall.
Folks have been asking us to add samples of websites using these themes as we review them and I think that’s a fantastic idea, so here’s a site called Gallery No. 9 and how they use Provolio.
Branding and Identity, IX/UX design. When folks who are into that kind of stuff choose your WP theme, that’s a great sign. (Even if they are from Kansas City.) If you want more great WordPress agency themes, try this collection.
This website is called Cuéllar Cultural.
So, that’s a hint of a taste of a look at what Provolio does for the websites that use it. It really does have a nice style, it’s well organized, it’s simple to use and pretty much bug free, though the use of Visual Composer is troubling.