New Pricing, New Dashboard, New Designs

When we launched Theme.Works a little over two weeks ago, we kept close tabs on user feedback. We quickly implemented a few things that we’re excited to share with you today. You can now choose between three different plans, all of which allow you to add new designs directly from the customer dashboard. Let’s take a quick look at each specific change:

You Get More Designs

We’ve created three different plans for you to choose from, each of which includes multiple theme designs:

  • Basic Plan – 3 theme designs – $79 (about $26 per theme)
  • Flexible Plan – 10 designs – $129 (about $13 per theme)
  • Unlimited Plan – Unlimited designs – $29/mo. (billed annually)

Any user who signed up before these new plans were made available will automatically be upgraded to the Flexible Plan.

You Can Easily Create New Designs

After you choose the plan that’s right for your project and budget, you can access the new Dashboard to create new designs and download old designs. Watch how easy it is to create new theme designs:

New Layouts

Sorry, but this is going to be a bit of a recurring theme here at Theme.Works. Actually, I don’t think we need to apologize. You should love this: We’ve created new headers and a completely new section for social media icons. Here is a quick design we built in about 20 seconds using the new designs:

left-menu-wordpress-theme

Enjoy!

by Thad Allender

Thad is the founder of Theme.Works and Graph Paper Press. Previously, he produced online multimedia and documentary projects for USA Today including the inauguration of President Barack Obama and many others. He lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife Abby.

8 comments

  1. Hi!

    I’m really intrigued by Theme.Works. BUT the only thing that’s kept me from using it is the inability to change the secondary page layouts at all. Specifically, I don’t like the layout for the portfolio pages (individual entries, that is, after you click through.)

    Are there any ways built in to control/modify those layouts? Are there plans to include variations of them later on?

    Thanks!

  2. I can’t get the signup form to work. Just tweeted and emailed. I have everything setup correctly. Please help!

  3. Is this set up to use with Multi-Site or do I need to create a child theme each time I use this theme on more than one site?

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