Lookbook Untitled Themes Webdesigner Depot Sometimes it seems like Tumblr is the most often overlooked blogging platform out there. People are never quite sure what to make of it. It’s not quite like a “regular” blog platform (like WordPress or Blogger) and it’s not microblogging either. It’s tumblogging, but a lot of people don’t know what thadet means. And it can be a little daunting for designers who are trying to figure out how to develop Tumblr themes considering there are seven post types (or eight if you count photo slideshow posts as separate from regular photo posts). One thing that Tumblr definitely has going in its favor is the number of themes that are now available. Below are more than 70 awesome Tumblr themes, more than half of them free. Free themes Imperial Demo | Details Imperial is a feminine theme with a patterned background and flag detailing. Ernest Demo | Details Ernest has an almost corporate look, with textured granite background and a conservative color scheme. Miss Sourpuss Demo | Details Boxes Demo | Details Lines
SMPLDESIGN Passive Aggressive 3.0 Optional footer which includes portrait and description.Doesn’t show notes or tags. Passive Aggressive 2.0 There are options to have a circular portrait instead of your title, endless scroll or jump pagination, and colour options. Inspired by Designspiration. Sleep Wave 2.0 Options you can toggle include big or small photos, captions/tags on the index page, “faded” look on image when you hover, choice of colours for the title hover and underline colour on links and font of the body (no choice on title/navigation font though, sorry!) Let me know if there are any problems with it by sending me a message on my main blog but, as usual, I don’t answer customization inquiries! Atlas Designs welcome to heaven themes Has A Portfolio Ashley Your tiny type is hard to read – no, not hard to read, impossible to read. I carry my phone with me everywhere, but I always seem to forget my magnifying glass. I tap the Safari Reader button, but that’s not a solution to the problem. That’s a band-aid for your bad typesetting. Sometimes I’m on my computer, and Reader doesn’t work on your web app. I hit CMD + two or three times so that my dyslexic brain can make sense of the musty 14px Helvetica your servers regurgitated all over my screen. And I know I’m not the only one who hates your tiny type.