Bokeh is a stylish and unique creative portfolio theme with multiple layouts, tons of features and it’s almost guaranteed to make a wonderful first impression on your visitors.
Bokeh is an aesthetic quality of blurred Points of Light. It’s a Japanese term and one that I only relatively recently learned about myself. It’s a little bit strange, I used to be a bit of a photography buff myself, but I never heard the term until just three or four years ago. No matter, Bokeh is also the name of this WordPress theme. Not surprisingly, it’s a theme for photography portfolios.
Here’s what one of the home pages looks like, though there are several more options to choose from.
There are several different layout Styles included and several Gallery Styles as well. Let’s take a look at the gallery Styles, there’s a masonry with two column, which is actually what is pictured in the demo style above. There’s also masonry layouts with three columns, four columns and five columns. There is a more traditional, ordered grid with two, three, four or five columns as well. There’s a Justified look, it looks sort of like bricks in the wall. There’s a vertical two column layout, vertical three column layout and a vertical for combat.
As far as your portfolio single page designs, there are several different grid Styles, including masonry, Justified, stacked and the hero slider layouts. I think that this team is a really strong one, it’s still got a perfect five star rating on ThemeForest, despite the fact that it is only been downloaded 55 times so far. I’m not sure why it’s not more popular, but I think that I may be able to do something about that. This is one of my favorite portfolio WordPress themes around and that’s pretty much all there is to it.