Built for a client in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK. Pretty simple and clean.
We've been using Zen on most of our Drupal projects for the past three years at Insfilo Branding Agency, and when its time to redesign our portfolio website on February 2011, we just can't think of any other theme that is both simple and flexible enough to drupalize the design.
Thank you Zen and the Drupal Community :)
Adding my Ubercart/Zen site to the list of sites built on Zen. I'd be interested to hear your feedback. I realised late that I should have created a subtheme rather than hacking Zen itself but that's something I've learned for the future.
I love Zen, by the way. It rocks.
Ohio Christian University recently launched Phase I of a site redesign using a Zen 2 subtheme. We're still cleaning up some rough edges and will have additional theming as we roll out some new features, but I thought I'd post here for a friendly critique. When complete, a vanilla version of the subtheme will be contributed to the community. Any feedback or suggestions would be appreciated.Read more
Hi there, just wanted to add my site to the list of sites built with a Zen subtheme:
Zen rocks, one of the things that makes Drupal outstanding...
Hi all, I just started experimenting with my own Zen subtheme. A stupid problem I can't fix is I lost the 2 column layout in the original Zen theme when I changed to the subtheme. I thought these 2 were supposed to be identical at the start... My navigation now shows on the bottem of the page, after content. How can I solve this?
I started designing my own drupal theme since drupal 4.x. and have to say Zen is the most efficient tool for theme design. It took me just one hour to convert the following design I made in Adobe Firefox into a real drupal theme with the help of Zen:
Zen is really wonderful.
this site at www.envirogroup.com.au is built on the Zen Sub theme. There were two other affiliate sites www.envirobrite.com.au and www.enviroshop.com.au. The latter two sites were built using Amity Island theme from drupal.org, but I had to change it so much in the end I realise for me now that it is always easier to start from 'scratch' with Zen and work up from there. Thanks Zen Sub Theme!