Free Thesis Skins, Email Signup Forms and More: Introducing The Kubicle

I’ve been busy here on Kolakube, and can finally show you what I’ve been working on! I call it: The Kubicle.

The Kubicle is my little office space on the web where I (and other authors) create and release some pretty sweet stuff that’ll enhance your website.

And for the starting lineup, I’ve got some pretty cool stuff for you to play with on your site.

KolFolio Thesis Skin

KolFolio Thesis Skin

New Thesis Skin: KolFolio

For starters, I’ve released a new Thesis skin called KolFolio.

It’s a simple portfolio skin that was based off the short-lived Kolakube v3 design, and it’s all yours — for FREE.

Learn more about KolFolio →

Marketers Delight 2 PSD

Marketers Delight 2 PSD File

Marketers Delight 2 PSD File

My popular Thesis skin, Marketers Delight comes highly customized right out of the box. It’s easy to make your own customizations, but you may not have as much control as you want.

So, I am offering you the Photoshop file of Marketers Delight to give you that little bit of extra control.

It’s fully layered, organized and easy to build around. This is the perfect tool for those looking to really take their installation of Marketers Delight to the next level.

Buy Marketers Delight 2 PSD →

…And Plenty More at the Kubicle

I’ll always be updating this new section with new freebies and resources as I make them. Of course, if you want to submit your own resource — shoot me an email. You’ll get plenty of exposure by the Kolakube community for your site.

What do you think of everything so far? Let me know, and don’t be afraid to make some suggestions for new resources you’d like to see in the Kubicle!

13 comments add yours

  1. Simply awesome, Alex!

    Can’t wait to check it out. Kola line just keeps getting better and better, man.

  2. This is excellent Alex! I’m already using the Optin Widget on my blog and I’m really digging that you uploaded the old Kola Kube version as a theme for free.

    I’ll be sure to stick around for more! πŸ˜‰

  3. Alex, how how are you?
    I like your fresh and spacious design.
    I am using your Getresponse sign-up form on my website. thanks!

    My question is related to a different placement of such forms. Not as a widget, but below the nav menu and above the real content of the site. I saw it also on your website. It looks great, adds extra open space. How to do it?

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