For those that want to see the theme back-end in action we have the test site. Just as the name suggests, the site allows you to take a test drive of a specific theme in order to ultimately decide whether it will be right for the project or not. Each test site is valid for at least ten days, allowing you to thoroughly test each aspect/feature of the theme.

Who we are ?

We are a group of designers and developers working round the clock to make a difference with WordPress. Providing high quality, completely customizable Premium WordPress themes is what Templatic is all about. Our mission is to take WordPress to the next level with unparalleled e-commerce, directory and app themes.

What we do ?

We provide all types of themes depending on the needs and demands of our customers. From a simple blog to a e-Commerce website; we have it all! Many of our themes feature functionality not available anywhere else. Not only that, many of our themes paved the way for entire niches. Perhaps the best examples of that are GeoPlaces and iPhone App. If you have an idea for a cool WordPress theme, let us know! To view our selection of WordPress themes please visit our Theme Gallery.

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Our Approach

Approach to Theme Design is another aspect which sets Templatic apart from many other companies. Each theme released has been created with the potential visitor in mind. Business sites tend to have a more professional look while modern directories often display vivid colors with lots of dynamic content. All of this is reflected in our theme’s designs.

Ever Growing Community

Templatic community forum is a truly unique support system. It’s a place where members can share their experiences, communicate with other members and request professional support from Templatic agents. The system enables those that require assistance to get it quickly and efficiently while still providing lots of content (and discussions) for those that want to be active inside the community. As a reward to those that go out of their way to help others we give out free themes to active members each month!
Templatic community forum is a truly unique support system. It’s a place where members can share their experiences, communicate with other members and request professional support from Templatic agents. The system enables those that require assistance to get it quickly and efficiently while still providing lots of content (and discussions) for those that want to be active inside the community. As a reward to those that go out of their way to help others we give out free themes to active members each month!
Templatic community forum is a truly unique support system. It’s a place where members can share their experiences, communicate with other members and request professional support from Templatic agents. The system enables those that require assistance to get it quickly and efficiently while still providing lots of content (and discussions) for those that want to be active inside the community. As a reward to those that go out of their way to help others we give out free themes to active members each month!

One of our personal goals is ensure our consistent product quality.

We guarantee that all of our products you order will be delivered within a timely manner as well as in the best of qualities and highest of standards while paying attention to the tiniest of details to ensure the accuracy of your order.

Our product guarantee requires our finishing team to follow specific guidelines to make certain that our standards are met ever before reaching your hands. Oils and residues from a person’s hand can cause smudges or spots on the photographic prints; digital printing may have ink splatters or a variation in color rendition.  Our total quality control ensures that every photo, print, sheet, or item is hand inspected, wearing cotton gloves, to keep your prints free of dirt and debris from the time of printing until the end when your order is packaged.

We know that our products are often by your side providing that first lasting impression and understand the importance of our products being professionally presented. This is why we guarantee to you that we will not let you down when you need that first impression to be….well, impressive!

Recently I was consulted to design EP albums for two bands with completely different styles and music genres. I was more than excited to be considered and challenged to design something new for each. I previously worked with both bands and already familiar with each’s branding, but it was still very important to sit down and discuss their vision for the artwork. Even though and EP and album vary, the design process and strategy isn’t different. I have created a list of questions that serve as a guidance when consulting with an artist; this helps gain a better idea of who they are and their style. Deciding what the front artwork can be a big decision, but even bigger for an artist is what type of album to release and how to make it work for them.

While I was researching I noticed more artists are releasing EPs rather than a full album. In the past, an EP was mainly used for promotional use between the full album release and was used to promote their tour. However, it is now becoming the new standard for building exposure. If you look at many artist’s website or merchandising table, almost all have EPs versus full albums. Is this killing the market for full album sales? It seems only the larger labels and bigger main stream artists are putting out albums these days.

I can see several pros for choosing EP instead of an album. The EP is about half the length of an album and so is the sticker price, but an  increase in sales. The EP serves as a middle ground and can prove to be quite the marketing tool. The EP is becoming the benchmark on merchandise tables and can bring additional revenue from the existing fan base. Creating additional merchandise such as t-shirts and posters that can accompany the EP style can also increase bursts in sales. Selling a merchandise bundle pack of multiple items is one easy idea to sell additional items that may sell slower on their own.

The EP can help build a more solid branding foundation the more that are released. With the ability to push out a few EPs for the cost of one album, an artist is able to produce music more frequently. The structure can show how an artist  arranges the songs to tell a story or set the tone for a full show for the entertainment value. Its dual capability requires a strategy for promoting and selling. This means you have to find a balance between your budget and the overall quality of the sound, design and packaging of you and your work. Keep in mind this is a representation of who you are as an artist.

Before you take a leap and set your release date in stone, you might want to tap the breaks and take the extra time to design a strategy plan. Look at several months in advance and how you will talk up something new but relative to what you are working on in the studio. Some suggest to look at a nine to eighteen month release plan. Now I am sure several of you are thinking, what the heck, a year and a half?! You need to think about it in terms of a long term investment. Do you want to put several thousands of dollars into a business that is only going to fail as soon as it is open and you lose all you invested? No one does so why would you look at your album in any other light than the same as opening a new business? If you do not have a marketing team behind you to put your plan into action then it is all up to you.  Radar Music Videos has an excellent timeline laid out for an EP release.

If you do not have the time or team in place to promote your EP you might want to think about hiring a marketing service to help you out. The value in the fee comes from their networking connections and expertise in where and how to effectively promote you in the correct markets to see results. This doesn’t mean that you can just sit back and relax in your lounger while they do all the work, but it means you can focus on building a stronger personal fan base at your shows as well as do what you do best, making the music. No one wants it as badly as you do so if you are not willing to work hard to get the career you want you cannot expect anyone else to work harder.