So, I finally got around to putting together a brand new Thrive Landing page template, and I'm really excited to share it with you.
If you haven't already seen it, then you can demo the new homepage template here.
It's also available to buy right now from my template store here.
My complete and utter obsession for coffee and the joy of actually sitting in a relaxing coffee shop environment with my laptop working on my next big thing.
That's what inspired this template design.
Take look below and let me know what you think.
Let me tell you a little bit about the actual design of this template itself.
It was created in Thrive Architect, so that means it will only work with self-hosted WordPress websites that have the Thrive Architect plugin installed and activated.
If you're not familiar with Thrive Architect, you can learn more about it here.
If you don't yet have a WordPress website, you can learn how to create one here.
So, this card-style layout design combines urban tones of browns, oranges, and creams with simple clean bold shapes and subtle curvy lines.
Being a Thrive template, it obviously means that literally anything and everything on this template can be customized.
You can also add additional elements, features, HTML, and custom CSS and expand on this design if you wish to.
If you're designing or building a website for a coffee shop, cafe, or bistro, I think this design would be very fitting.
That being said, you could also use the template for any other type of business or website project you have in mind.
You can demo and purchase this template from my template store here. You can use it on unlimited personal and client projects too.
Once again, this will only work with self-hosted WordPress sites, with the Thrive Architect plugin installed and active.
If you run a WordPress.com website, this template will not work for you.
Check out this short tutorial I created on how to import this Thrive landing page template into your WordPress website.
Psst, if you need help with your WordPress website design project but have no idea where to start, check out my design services page to see how I can help.