I design and develop all of my blog’s themes — from conceptualizing, to Photoshop and to transforming them to WordPress themes.
Current Theme: Minimalist One-Column Layout
Date Used: October 2017 to Present
Credits: Designed on Boots & Bones framework
This is a responsive, clean one-column WordPress theme with pastel-hued accents.
Here you will find the previous layouts I have developed for my blog, all from scratch. In the past years, I have always loved colors and tried to apply that to my themes to give my site a unique look.
Version 7: Feminine
Date Used: 2012 to 2013
I wanted to steer away from my usual colorful themes and pursued a more feminine one while experimenting with blur menu and CSS transitions.
Version 6: Secret Haven
Date Used: June 9, 2011 to July 2, 2012
I like scrapbooking a lot. However, it gets pricey and messy if you collect a lot. The solution? Digital scrapbooking + WordPress theme = awesome sauce!
Version 5: Colorful Life
Date Used: July 26, 2010 to June 8, 2011
I have a soft spot for bright and colorful themes, really. Also experimented with JQuery for the animation of the menu.
Version 3: Oh, It’s Christmas!
Date Used: December 12, 2009 to January 16, 2010
Credits: FreeDigitalScrapbooking for the textures.
Wanted to give my blog a holiday and scrapbook-inspired theme. This is the layout that I spent a lot of time fiddling with the style and the layout that I used for a short time because the site would look funny wearing it’s “Happy Holidays” even when Christmas is over.
Version 2: Food
Date Used: October 27 to December 11, 2009
Credits: ValentinaCrespo for the food images.
This was originally a layout that I made for our Database project, but due to time constraints, we weren’t able to present it, so I thought I might as well utilize it here.
Version 1: Boys Over Flowers
Date Used: August 29 to October 26, 2009
Credits: Lunar Sea for the illustrations and Hybrid-Genesis for the pink pattern.
I was browsing some pictures and found the illustration far too cute to pass out and got inspired to make this as I’m still loving the Korean adaptaion of Yana Yori Dango.