Photo via Unsplash Happy New Year! It’s great to be back. This Week in Genesis should actually be called These Weeks in Genesis as it the best of everything I could find from my last update on 18 Dec 2016 till today. Such as?
Photo via Unsplash It’s the last update this year (oh noe!), but I’ve got a bumper Christmas special for you packed with gorgeous new themes, handy tutorials, and some fine inspiration in the showcase. Just when you start to think everyone put up their feet for Christmas already, along comes three (stellar) new themes.
OK, you got me, I’m running slightly (very?) late this week, but there’s no sacrifice in quality This Week in Genesis with a new paid plugin, podcasts galore, and some shiny new features right here on GenesisWP.guide. So put your running shoes on and let’s run through this together.
This Week in Genesis three amazing interviews with Chris Lema, Tonya Mork (from Know The Code), and Bill Erickson. Plus, some new Genesis plugins in the works and a *very* strong showcase to inspire you. Hope you enjoy. New theme coming soon from the super talented Jessica Barnard.
This Week in Genesis (#24) there’s new themes (including the release of Atmosphere Pro), a tease of the forthcoming No Sidebar theme from Brian Gardner, a very crowded Genesis related podcast; and your chance to send questions to Rafal Tomal about his design process. Let’s go! Atmosphere is here!
Hello Genesis enthusiasts. This week is a busy week for This Week in Genesis because Genesis 2.2 is here and I’ve got a round-up just for you. But the fun doesn’t stop there There’s also the big news that Lauren Gaige over at Restored 316 has launched a new feminine WordPress theme marketplace called Pink & Press (more details on that below).
With barely any time to catch breath from Genesis Camp, This Week in Genesis #13 rolls around with another bumper update (the credit of course all to you, the hard working and talented Genesis community). This week sees Genesis 2.2 agonisingly close to arrival (with some fantastic accessibility improvements), new themes from some of your favourite authors, plus a lot of goings on with Rainmaker.
This week I’m really happy to be able to share an interview with Lindsey Riel, creator of Pretty Darn Cute, one of the best and smartest people you’ll find when it comes to creating fantastic WordPress Genesis themes and services. For many of you, Lindsey won’t need any introduction of course.
Hello and a very warm welcome to the highly caffeinated and bursting at the seams round-up that is week six of This Week in Genesis. I’m so glad that you could join me. The big news in Genesis this week, is of course the release of the Genesis Framework 2.2 beta.