Interface: A Free Responsive Business Theme for WordPress

Interface is a new business theme in the WordPress Themes Directory, created by Theme Horse, the same folks behind the popular Clean Retina and Attitude themes that have more than 80,000 downloads combined. If you need to set up a simple business site and you’re into the flat-style mint green design trend, then the new Interface theme might be just the ticket.


The theme is responsive, retina ready, and compatible with both BuddyPress and bbPress. The social features drop nicely into the theme without any conflicts.

Interface includes several options in the customizer for setting the header image, navigation, background, etc. It also includes a host of theme-specific widgets that you can edit live to create promotional boxes, feature recent work, display services, and add items typically related to business needs.

In addition to the customizer options, Interface includes its own options panel for further customization of the homepage slider, layouts, social links, blog category, optional search form in the header, favicon and more advanced settings.


Inside this theme you’ll find many different building blocks for customizing your business site, including:

  • 4 layouts for posts/pages
  • 5 unique page templates
  • 8 widget areas
  • 6 custom widgets
  • Separate top and bottom info bar to highlight contact/email/location

Check out the live demo on the Theme Horse site where you can view all the different page and blog templates available for both business and more blogger-oriented sites. With all the customization options, Interface is bound to be another favorite from the folks at Theme Horse. Add it to your site from via the theme browser in your admin panel.


14 responses to “Interface: A Free Responsive Business Theme for WordPress”

  1. That’s gorgeous Sarah but I would prefer to see larger text.

    I thought that text was getting larger and clearer on new themes so I was surprised to see such small text.

    • @Keith Davis We thought about the font size too but providing a theme to a huge users we still have to think about standard sizes. When our first theme Clean Retina released we got a lots of queries related to font/ gap to make it small and standard. So, we came up with standard sizes but if some one needs to make it large then their is a custom CSS options in Theme Option panel where you can add your own CSS to make font size big.

      Thank you!

      • Thanks for your reply @Sovit.

        “…there is a custom CSS options in Theme Option panel…”

        Awesome feature and thanks for letting me know.

        Good luck with the theme.

  2. Sarah, the demo doesn’t show any BP pages, but it says that it is compatible with BP. With the latest versions of BP now “compatible” with most themes out of the box, doesn’t always translate to specific-styles-included-for-BP. Does this theme go the extra mile and include some unique styles for BuddyPress and BBPress, or was it just tested and it works?

    (I had a discussion with a theme developer recently about this, and he said that because it works he was promoting his theme as BP compatible. That’s really non-statement right now and I think we need to adjust how we use the language because of it. If a theme developer didn’t spend time building out custom templates and CSS rules for a unique BP look, then promoting BP compatibility is misleading.)

    • Sorry! We are not promoting our theme as BP compatible nor we are misleading. If we did then we will sure add this feature to our theme URI page here as unique features. The bottom section that you are talking about in demo is just a featured image widget where you can show anything you like for example: our clients, products, services etc. We just add WordPress, bbPress and BuddyPress as we love Automattic products. Our intention is not to promote nor to mislead.

      Thank you!

    • I don’t think it has to have BP-specific templates included in order to have basic BuddyPress compatibility (as in, the components look decent and not wonky when BP is activated). When I tested with BP, everything looked great. I don’t think it’s misleading to say it’s BP compatible. I think as long as they use WP standard template loading approach, the could be labeled as compatible:


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