Foundry users - let's be having you


(Rob Beattie) #1

…as we say in the UK.

Anyone designed a site using Elixir’s Foundry theme and care to share the URL. I’ve seen the two on the Community site but I’m interested to see what other people have built with it.

TIA

Rob


(Jason Bostick) #2

I think Doobox created his site with Foundry (and the Realmac site is Foundry, I believe). I haven’t yet made the Foundry leap myself


(Adam Shiver) #3

@jabostick is correct. Doobox’s site is currently designed using Foundry, as is the Realmac site. Of course the Foundry site is all built using Foundry as well.

Here’s a few others I know of, two of which are also one’s I’ve built:

Source Order: http://www.sourceorderwebdesign.com
Flat Button 2: https://elixirgraphics.com/previews/flat-button-2/
Web Injection: http://www.webinjection.com.au
Pop: https://elixirgraphics.com/previews/pop/
Pixel & Prints: http://www.pixelandprints.com
Arbo Plus: http://www.arbo-plus.com
Precision Orthopaedics: http://www.precisionperth.com.au

Would love to see what others are whipping up too. :slight_smile:


(Rob Beattie) #4

Thanks Adam. I just think it’s really useful. The Community site is great but it’s only as good as the effort people put into supporting the themes and stacks and plugins that they use by name-checking them, and some people aren’t interested or don’t have the time.

I’ll check these out tomorrow.

Appreciate it.

Rob


(Jan Fuellemann) #5

Two more:
https://webseiten-gestalter.de
http://philosopher-king.com/whispersofpower/


(Adam Shiver) #6

I’ve put up a sub-category on the Foundry forum where people can post their sites, too if they want to in order to show off their hard work and learn from one another.


(Rob Beattie) #7

Where’s the Foundry forum, Adam?


(Jan Fuellemann) #8

(Adam Shiver) #10

@robbeattie Head over to the Foundry site. There’s a link for it toward the bottom of the main page.


(Philip Lock) #11

Although still a work in progress, there’s this http://www.thegourmetmerchant.com/


(Brian Cooper) #12

Just the beginning but this site will grow http://www.insidetaichi.com/


(Rob Beattie) #13

Many thanks to all. Some good stuff there. Looks like a very useful theme.