Thomas had spontaneously decided to go along with a design for another forthcoming project on the staging server. Excellent choice since what Thomas and I are placing our bets on is merely a barebone starter theme. Theme Davis is meant for developers to get rolling. Excluding the theme screenshot, Davis weighs in at only 61 kilobytes according to Anders Norén who designed the theme.
Following a hazardous path
For recent years bloggers have fallen into the trap of the widespread tendency of a magazine styled theme. What can no longer be claimed responsiveness to the user’s habits and needs has become a burden on usability and user experience with the increase of parallax scrolling effects following the dead-end path of flash and flex. With WordPress 5.1’s introduction of Gutenberg, this is not getting better but worse. Reading is becoming more of a mini golf sport with silly toy obstacles.
Blogs are deteriorating to dust-covered, full packed addicts reserved for librarians, antique booksellers, and search engines with purpose to access.
What consumes us is to change that.