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  1. jeffgolenski

    I’m absolutely loving the Twenty Fifteen theme. The examples above, for me, are nostalgic of when CSS Zen Garden first emerged over a decade ago. Great work highlighting some amazing examples of this theme!

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  2. lanche86

    We are using it on the WordCamp Belgrade website: http://belgrade.wordcamp.org/2015/

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  3. content771

    We are using Twenty-fifteen at http://www.PagePipe.com.

    Since our specialty is WordPress UX, we wanted to show how the theme could be customized for branding and speed.

    We are using the free child theme: Kiyomizu WordPress theme. It has a respon­sive 2-column post list. Plus if you look at our Colophon page you’ll see the 31 plugins we used.

    http://www.pagepipe.com/website-publication-colophon-facts-about-production/

    And the site loads in about 1.5 seconds on shared Linux economy hosting.

    Thanks for letting us showoff!

    We love your articles.

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  4. Douglas Galbi

    At purple motes, I created an even more blogging-minimalist child than its 2015 parent. See
    http://purplemotes.net

    I also restyled quotations to be less intrusive. Any suggestions on a good way to share that CSS styling? I could try to submit my child theme to the wordpress.org theme directory, but I’ve done some customizations that are not likely to be generally desirable.

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  5. Oliver Lebrock

    The designs are so cool! I was actually thinking of redesigning my own until I’ve read it here http://www.lionleaf.com/blog/should-you-redesign-your-website-each-year/ that it should be done by continually evaluating the website and whether it still looks great. What can you recommend? Should I change it already or not?

    Thanks!
    Oliver

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