Over the past few years there has been a drastic increase in the number of premium or commercial themes available to WordPress users, and more theme sellers have continued to enter the market. Some are well-known individuals or companies who have developed a reputation in the WordPress community, and others have just recently started selling themes. I recently reached out to several people who sell and/or design WordPress themes either through their own companies or through ThemeForest. I asked the same questions to each participant and their responses have been collected in this group interview. For anyone who has considered selling themes or templates, I think you will find a wealth of information from this experienced panel. If you've ever bought a WordPress theme or have wondered what it's like to run a business selling themes, I think you'll find some helpful info here as well.
Interviews with designers and website owners.
David Airey is a very talented graphic designer and logo designer and he recently published a book Logo Design Love that is "a guide to creating iconic brand identities." I've followed David through his blog for a few years now and I've always had a great deal of respect for his work. I recently had a chance to take a look at his book (I haven't had the chance to read the whole thing yet, but what I have read is very good), and I thought it would be interesting to interview David about his work and the process of writing the book.
I recently had the privilege of interviewing Daimon Caulk, Principal of Modal, Inc. Daimon and his team produce great work and his responses in this interview provide excellent insight for the rest of us. I hope you find it to be helpful and that you enjoy getting to know more about Daimon.