Ikoniq - A Portfolio WordPress Theme
Create extensive case studies and photo narratives that tell your story or a simple and professional looking portfolio: you decide. With just a few clicks you’re up and running showcasing your awesome work, looking good – looking truly Ikoniq!
Clean, Lightweight and Distraction Free
Ikoniq is a clean and lightweight theme that’s focused on media and content. A few subtle touches here and there enhance the user experience putting your media and content first.
Stories, Case-studies & Portfolio
Tell your story in a case-study, with a photo narrative or simply showcase your work. Easily add galleries, sliders, embeds and text to your portfolio pieces and mix it up to create an awesome looking portfolio.
Ikoniq features beautiful hero images and videos. Add headers to start your story in style. Also notice the subtle parallax effect on hero images when you start scrolling – it’s all in the details!
The navigation in Ikoniq is hidden in a beautiful & colorful overlay. Not a big fan? No problem, simply use the regular ol’ menu .. the overlay menu will only act as mobile-menu.
Using the Customizer, you can change the way Ikoniq looks and feels – and make it truly yours. Edit your title & tagline, Logo & favicon, Static front page, Header image, Navigation, Custom styles, Theme options and Widgets and more – all with a live preview and zero coding skills required.
Ikoniq features responsive designs, meaning your site will adapt to any device/screen. Wether you’re on your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone. You get an equally awesome experience on all your devices.
Ikoniq utilizes several features from the Jetpack plugin by Automatic (the folks who actually make WordPress). Among the Jetpack features used are Custom Content Types (portfolio) and Contact Form. Jetpack can be installed for free directly from the WordPress Plugin Directory.
Full width headers w/ subtle parallax effect
Customizer: Custom colors, options and more
Responsive: Desktop, Tablet and Mobile friendly
W3 Validated as HTML5