Joost Announces WordPress Themes by Yoast

Having become a WordPress household name by producing one of the most popular SEO plugins on the market, Joost de Valk has now announced a brand new venture to add to his ever-growing, and already relatively-extensive list of WordPress-related products, tools and services: WordPress Themes by Yoast.

Over a year in the making/perfecting, Yoast is offering three Genesis child themes: ‘Vintage‘, ‘Versatile‘ and ‘Tailor Made‘ – all of which are fully responsive and come with sticky menus, customizable layouts and colours and eight custom widgets.

Vintage

An elegant Genesis child theme with a Vintage look

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Vintage Theme

Features:

  • 13 color schemes
  • Two different header styles
  • …from $59

Versatile

A versatile Genesis child theme with a Robust Look

Details | Demo

Versatile Theme

Features:

  • 11 color schemes
  • Choice between light or dark header background
  • …from $59

Tailor Made

A clear Genesis child theme with a Fresh and Light Look

Details | Demo

Tailor Made Theme

Features:

  • 10 color schemes
  • Clean yet highly customizable
  • …from $59

All in all, a pretty nice looking entry into the world of premium WordPress themes – good job Yoast!

***Note (added Nov’ 2014): for more top WordPress theme providers, check out our new Where to Buy Premium WordPress Themes Page!***

Here’s looking forward to some awesome future WordPress Themes by Yoast theme releases!

By WinningWP Editorial

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  1. I`m a big fan of yoast’s plugins and guides. But with the themes – I’m disappointed.
    They look like the free themes at WP submitted 3 years ago.

    $60 for a ‘premium theme’ like this is not fair. I`m sure it’s coded very well but the graphical aspect is not competitive and this bland style won’t have any chance at themeforest. just my 2 cents :)

    • WPSpeak says:

      Hi Gerald, I’m with you. Although I’m pretty sure the code is very good, the appearance of all of themes are just too old. Probably they should hire a designer and they just do the coding.

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