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  1. Thanks for this information. Blogging is not about transparency, but about the consistency of your transparency. (I heard this at PodCamp Montreal this week-end and liked it).

    I only have high remarks for the Themes that I have purchased from Studio Press and installed on clients’ websites. They are easy to manage, update, customize, and transfer from blog to blog. This morning, I copied a theme that I had customized and transferred it to another blog and it was perfect. This makes me happy!

    Keep up the good work! Very much looking forward to new themes from Studio Press.

    Regards,

    Diane



  2. I became one of Brian’s customer’s almost two years ago and, through all the name and licensing changes since then, he has always treated his existing customers extremely well. With a StudioPress developer package, you get outstanding ongoing support without having to pay a $20 per month subscription fee.

    A recent WPTavern poll about paid theme companies had to be abandoned due to the rather clumsy attempts to manipulate it, but it is notable that Brian, whose StudioPress was running a strong second before the cheating began, did not lower himself to that level. The character of the people you do business with is important and I have always had a good feeling about Brian.


  3. Good read. I have always liked Brian’s work also. Have used a couple themes on client sites in the past and the support was always great.

    Looking forward to the new Revolution Magazine Theme.


  4. About a year ago I started using WordPress for all my clinet work and quickly discovered StudioPress. I have not looked back since and it was the best two decisions I’ve made since starting my own business back in 2000. If you are considering one of the many great StudioPress themes, the Pro Plus All-Theme Package is some of the best $$ I’ve spent. The support is hands down some of the best I’ve experienced. I’m now listed as an “Approved Designer” and help out in the support forums where I can.

    I’d love to be of those future Graphic Designers Brian mentioned.


  5. I’ve always been a big fan of Brian Gardner’s work going back to the Blue Zinfandel days. StudioPress is top notch. What else can be said?

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