Use Design Presenter to show centered or left-aligned design images with solid color or repeating image backgrounds—just like they would appear in a browser.
Send clients a custom, password-protected link where they can read your design reasoning and then navigate to design pages. Visually track changes in projects as they progress.
Give your clients control over the presentation so their design is front and center, but navigation between the presentation pages you've created for them is seamless.
Install on your domain, upload your logo, customize the templates and get presenting. Or edit well-commented code to shape the theme how you need it.
Ensure your projects stay under wraps with password-protected pages and search engine indexing blocked by default.
Design Presenter is a WordPress theme that inherits WordPress' GNU GPL. You're free to run, copy, distribute, change and by all means, make it better!
Design Presenter generates clean code to deliver a usable experience for all of your clients, even if they're still using IE6.
Includes a WordPress admin page with detailed setup and use instructions. Need help? I'll do my best to respond—email me at [email protected].
Design Presenter is best with
the latest version of WordPress
Design Presenter is a WordPress theme. In simplified terms, you will install WordPress on your server, activate the theme, and adjust some WordPress and theme settings to your liking. When it comes time to share a design with a client, you'll create a client page (password protected if you'd like) for your client. Then size the design page drafts appropriately and upload them into WordPress. You'll be inserting the design drafts onto subpages of your client page, and tweaking some page settings so everything looks just right. Simple, really! More detailed instructions are in the readme.txt file and available within the theme admin area.
I never submitted it because this theme has a very focused purpose. It wouldn't pass theme review because of this focus (no, you can't use it as a blogging theme) and would just confuse beginning users searching the theme directory.
This theme quite intentionally doesn't support all of the features of WordPress, even common ones like posts, in order to streamline the interface and prevent users from blowing up the theme. These menu items may be restored by editing the functions.php file, but unless you edit the theme, they won't work.
I would never say no to a beer or a pack of gum. Buy me one via PayPal. I'm also available for paid customizations.
I plan on it, and I welcome feature requests. Just click on that Feedback button, and send me a note. Some things I'm already working on: Some way to combine brief notes about the design on the same page as the design, threaded commenting on design pages so a conversation can be held about the design, and integrating optional thumbnail navigation on the Client Page template.