Part of growing is learning new skills. In growing in web design, I made several themes using the bulma framework.
Web design is like all other design skills. It takes practice, lots of it, to be able to naturally design good websites. Which is why, when I discovered the Bulma framework I decided to try and design some free HTML templates using it.
I made three different themes using Bulma, and I plan of making more when I have the time. The first theme uses the colors of Michigan State (Go Green!). It’s relatively simple, but using bulma is a responsive and lightweight theme.
In the spirit of good sport, I also made a theme using the colors of the University of Michigan. Meh. I’m a big Sparty fan, but its’ hard to turn down any opportunity to learn more web design techniques. There’s also a theme for the city of Detroit.
The Motor City is seeing a comeback and a slight tech boom. A number of companies are working together to try and make it a tech hub. Hence, the inspiration for a theme related to Detroit.
There’s also the theme for My Scrappy Quilter. Well, it’s actually the first theme that was used for My Scrappy Quilter, an eCommerce quilt supplies store. I used the Skeleton framework for this design, but have moved on since.