This week’s browser “Theme of the Week” pays tribute to the upcoming Mother’s Day holiday with a vintage twist. The “Vintage Mothers Day” theme displays a mother holding her baby in her arms on the right hand side of the theme. A vintage “cloudy” black and white background reminiscent of yesteryear gives the feel of a picture or image from the 1920′s or 30′s. The theme is capped off with a cursive “Happy Mother’s Day” to the left of the mother and her child, helping to wish all mothers around the world a Happy Mother’s Day! What a beautiful theme:
Fathead knows the market they play in. Their taglineGo Big – Real. Big. says it all. And with that vision, they became the leading brand in sports and entertainment wall graphics with thousands of officially licensed products. That’s BIG!
That’s what fan marketing is about. Connecting with a group of passionate users in a way that taps the affinity they have for that thing they love. So, what’s it take to connect with your fans in this way? It’s a three step plan. Let’s take a look.
Sometimes you don’t want a flashy new theme for your browser. Sometimes, you simply want to accent your browser with a dark theme that sits in the background and highlights everything else. Or maybe you’re just a really big fan of the color black. No matter your preference, there are a wide variety of black Chrome themes out there for you to choose from, and we’ve put together a list of some of our favorites.
Here are some of the best available dark or black Chrome themes that you can find:
The 12th version of the popular web browser, Firefox, has been released and can be downloaded by visiting the Official Mozilla Firefox site here. The new release doesn’t have as many updates as in past versions but does provide a number of bug fixes from Firefox 11.
Firefox 12 Features
One of the main features of the new Firefox 12 release is the ability for the download manager to automatically start downloading links that are added to it. Another small feature update includes an update to the browser’s find in page feature. Mac OSX users were experiencing reduced performance previously when WebGL contents were accessed. The Firefox 12 release helps with that minor bug. Developers will also love the new feature when looking at a page’s source code. Firefox 12 is now displaying line numbers which is extremely helpful in finding references to code.
This week’s browser “Theme of the Week” is a Ladybug inspired theme from theme Persona designer, Madonna. The theme for Firefox and Internet Explorer features a ladybug perched on a bright green blade of grass just after a morning rain or Springtime shower. Madonna used a brilliant array of colors from the green palette with a darker green background to accentuate the bright green blades of grass that the Ladybug is sitting on. Drops of rain drip from the blades of grass most likely from a Spring rainstorm in the afternoon or in the early morning. The red ladybug sits peacefully on the grass in its patented red color with white polka dot armor. This is an excellent use of color to help showcase the red ladybug from the rest of the theme.
Hello Kitty is an immensely popular character all around the world, found on virtually every kind of product, from school supplies and toys to fashion accessories and more. And with the massive appeal of the Hello Kitty character, there are a number of great Hello Kitty Chrome themes out there. Fans of Hello Kitty will love decorating their browser with a fun Hello Kitty theme. The only problem might be trying to choose just one.
Here are just a few of the best Hello Kitty themes out there:
Musicians today are part artist, part business person and all hustle. You have to be if you’re going to make a living in the post-apocalyptic era of the music industry. It’s no surprise that bands and fans are connecting through BT:Engage, our do-it-yourself browser theme creator. Though it may have surprised us how the fans themselves are creating themes they love for the artists they love.
While the music industry doesn’t look like it did in the Tower Records heyday, it’s alive and well in its current iteration of local nightclubs, iTunes and Amazon music stores, Spotify and Pandora music streams. Here’s a collection of band and artist-inspired browser themes to show Brand Thunder’s small contribution to independent musicians, bands and the community they serve.
Themes from the Band
Nine Lies Theme
An award winning Indie Rock Band from Belfast, Northern Ireland, Nine Lies have had incredible success since their inception, realizing milestones that most unsigned bands can only dream of. Their determination and drive set them apart from the crowd, as does their guitar-forward sound with musically matched vocals and percussion. As the first band to use BT:Engage for their fans, Brand Thunder continues to be a big fan. Get more from the band at http://www.ninelies.net/ or get the Nine Lies theme.
Baseball has always been America’s pastime. Full of history and holding a special place in the hearts of so many people, it’s time that the sport was given the proper set of browser themes that will satisfy every rabid fan.
That is why Brand Thunder is proud to introduce the OFFICIALInternet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome themes for MLB.com, including themes for all 30 Major League Baseball teams. Best of all, these baseball themes are absolutely free!
The days are longer, the weather is warmer, and everything is starting to bloom – spring has sprung! As the season begins to lift everyone’s spirits after another long, cold winter, celebrate it by choosing some great Spring themes for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome. Now, whenever you browse the Internet, you’ll be reminded of how uplifting spring can be and can look forward to the many warm months ahead.
Take a look at some of these fun and colorful spring-related web browser themes:
This week’s browser theme of the week comes from Firefox Persona designer “MaDonna” and is entitled “Glowing Flowers”. This a beautiful theme featuring glowing purple flowers against a black background. Flying out from the flowers looks to be pollen floating in the air, with colors consistent with the overall color scheme from the flowers themselves. The black background provides a nice backdrop for your navigation buttons and bookmarks for an overall useful and beautiful theme created using our theme tool. Some other theme highlights this week include a “Rasta” theme with lively Jamaican colors and overall fun vibe, a Cartoon Characters themes with some of your favorite childhood cartoon characters, and some Spring and Summer designs to liven up your browser. Enjoy!