Reinform is the latest addition to our theme collection. The name Reinform means :to form anew :invest again with form. And we hope it will inspire you to make new things with stylish form (and useful function!).

See Reinform

See Reinform

Launch Sale

Get Reinform at 20% off! Use code โ€œreinform20โ€ at checkout. Ends 5th of October.

10 thoughts on “ Now available: Reinform ”

  1. Wow! Really really nice! It’s a perfect fit for one of our projects! And nice to see one of my Unsplash images on the demo ๐Ÿ™‚

    Greetings
    Sarah

  2. High-in-the-sky creation. I admire your work. I understand that if we have a media project with multiple contributors, their names appear under the article, but if you one wants to see all the author’s articles, there is no link. I mean, Reinform looks like a magazine, not like a blog, nut on the other hand it misses some functionalities like Collecto has. Just an opinion

  3. Hi,

    Really like the design of reinform, its cleanliness and aesthetic. I would say itโ€™s the most successful theme of yours for rendering a simple post, judging by the Style Guide page. Under the cover, we find good use of html5 and a theme that would be worth maintaining when Gutenberg becomes a reality (please read the post Gutenberg, or the Ship of Theseus of October 9, from an engineer and designer at Automattic โ€” that is probably more interesting to theme developers than โ€œnormalโ€ users).

    This is really worth of consideration for a project of ours!

    1. Indeed, Gutenberg seems really nice. But the project was stalled because of Facebook’s licencing of React.js (which is used to build Gutenberg). Now the licencing was changed, so maybe Gutenberg will continue with development. We personally really like Gutenberg and think it’s a lot nicer for everyone to write with.

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