Oakland, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2008
Collective Mind announced today the official unveiling of its premium Drupal theme store, TopNotchThemes.com. The store provides the first and largest offering of high-end templates for the extraordinarily successful open source content management system, Drupal. TopNotchThemes currently has a wide selection of Drupal themes, optimized for different styles and types of websites, and they will be rapidly increasing the size of their catalog over the coming months.
"TopNotchThemes is a real milestone for the Drupal world: it's a commercial template store whose designs are built with Drupal's capabilities in mind. Their commitment to working with the community and their respect for Drupal's GPL license are both critical. We are all excited to see their library grow!" says Jeff Eaton, developer for Lullabot and member of the Drupal Association Board of Directors.
Quick TNT theme facts:
"Over 100,000 people download Drupal every month. It astonished us that there weren't themes of this caliber already available," offers co-founder Stephanie Pakrul, on the motivation behind creating TopNotchThemes.
"There are a handful of other commercial Drupal themes out there, but most are either recycled from other platforms or bland, generic themes," adds co-founder Chris Fassnacht of the new approach taken by TopNotchThemes. "We wanted to offer something designed from the ground up with Drupal in mind, but with the personality, high attention to detail, and features usually only found in custom themes."
TopNotchThemes is also helping to meet the growing business demand for Drupal by providing the first selection of Ubercart-enhanced e-commerce themes. Ubercart, a feature-rich online store package for Drupal, is quickly becoming a leader among open source e-commerce platforms.
Themes and further information are available now at http://www.topnotchthemes.com
TopNotchThemes is brought to you by Collective Mind, the husband-and-wife duo of Christopher Fassnacht and Stephanie Pakrul. Their theming work with CivicActions recently made headlines with the launch of new Drupal-based sites for Amnesty International and the Emmy-award winning organization, WITNESS. Long-time contributors to the Drupal community, their goal is to make Drupal more accessible to business users and organizations.