I’m glad you’ve asked that question! Partly because I’ve written this page to answer it and partly because that means you are a discerning mind, whichever way you’re leaning at the moment.
I love WordPress. Since I started using it in 2005, I’ve been all up in its business and have been everything from an author to theme support to running my own custom development shop since 2009. The next year, the Genesis Framework came out and I was quickly added to the list of preferred developers and was often personally recommended by Brian Gardner himself when asked for a referral.
For years, people have shown me sites that they wanted their sites to look like. They were either just a stand-alone theme with horrible, bloated code, or they were so nice, they couldn’t afford my rate.
I’m about to change all of that.
The first theme to be released is one of the most popular of all time, averaging thousands of downloads per day. You want this for Genesis, trust me.
Since you’re here, I’m going to assume you know why Genesis Framework is the what everyone is using because of its features, ease, and speed… but if not, read more about it and then continue.
I’ve spent hundreds of hours combing through the code, optimizing functions and styles, and adding nice features without the usual bloat of many repository themes because I’m not embedding plugins or page builders.