Brooklyn is the most popular one-page theme on Themeforest for three years on the trot – 2013, 2014 and 2015. It counts over 11,000 users.
Brooklyn is a one-page parallax WordPress theme that can easily convert into your personal website. You don’t need any minimum level of skill to be able to make your own pages with Brooklyn. Just in case you falter, you can take help from the extensive video documentation that comes with the theme. The documentation will help you with everything, from installation to customization. If you need further assistance, the team at United Themes is always there to support you. There are demos which will make it easier for you to familiarize yourself with the theme. It also provide tons of shortcodes and a shortcode generator, so you can also use code to customize your website.
There are 5 header-title styles and 2 header styles (dark and light). Multiple sidebars, blog section sidebar, left sidebar, right sidebar or no sidebar at all, border choices for sections – are all options you can use to design the layout of your one page website.
There are many features that you can play with to add visual appeal to your website such as full-screen slider, parallax support, parallax background section, video background section, connecting dots overlay animation effect and overlay rising bubble animation effect. Combine all these features with smooth scrolling, and browsing through the website can be pleasure for the visitor.
The color picker offers you a wide choice of color backgrounds and the Font Awesome icons can help to create pleasing text.
You will find it easy to organize a detailed portfolio with Brooklyn, just as you will find it easy to create and write price tables. The portfolio gutters can have optional shadows. If you wish, you can use bordered layouts.
The theme provides the Custom widgets for Twitter, Video and Flickr, as well as a plugin for Twitter. The plugin is Search Engine friendly.
Brooklyn is translation-ready and the authors recommend the use of WordPress Multi-lingual Plugin for the theme. The theme costs $49 and entitles you to 6 months of support and future updates. You can extend it to 12 months for an additional $ 14.70. While weighing the cost for the theme, you should consider the Revolution Slider, which costs $21, and is included with the theme.
Photographers to travel websites, video producers to non profit organizations use Brooklyn as their theme. You can take a closer look at how 30 users have put Brooklyn to use in their websites.
Succulent lobsters, photographed and displayed in mouth watering fashion is what you will see on the landing page of Lobster Me. Their website displays the menu, with all the text retained on the left and the images of the dishes on the right. The locations where you can find Lobster Me and reports about them in the press has also been accommodated in the one-page website.
Liberty Church Brooklyn
A mosaic of many images of persons steeped in devotion forms the background of the website of Liberty Church Brooklyn. Many videos at the website capture their story: their outreach program for kids, their weekly services and general information about the church.
The help desk at the website of Bitcoin Brokers will guide a customer through the process of buying bitcoins against cash deposits at over 25,000 payment locations in the US. What is a bitcoin ? Find out in a video shared by the brokers on this website. A number counter at the bottom of the page displays the stats for their business.
Girl in Paris
This creative studio helps in design, branding and content creation. Their website uses audio and full-page videos. They believe a successful business must be recognized for what they are passionate about. The studio’s passion is for showcasing a client’s business and this comes through in the website.
Ribs & Burgers
Videos of a grill firing and cooking underway forms the video background for most of the sections of the website of this eating joint. Their website uses image icons and social media icons for easy browsing.
Urban Guide Quebec
A bicycle framed against a heritage building landscape instantly gives a touristy feel to the website. Blogs about the places of interest in Quebec are arranged in the midsection of the page. In addtion, videos and recommended reading material will help a tourist in finding his way about the city.
You will never watch a beautiful landscape on screen with the same eye again after reading this one. 3DQuakers uses Forester technology to create natural elements – sand, rock, grass, trees, stone, water – that can be scattered on a terrain to create a landscape. Hyperlink technology can create realistic wind animation effects. Their website also uses full-screen and full-width images to demonstrate the technology.
Partners in Torah
Want to know more about the Jewish way of life ? Log into this website and get yourself a personal teacher who will spend at least 30 minutes with you every week on the subject. Number counters display the number of learners and the testimonials placed on the revolution slider has good words for the teachers.
Dubai Audio is a 20 year old high-end audio store in Dubai providing tailored services to residential and commercial developers. It has developed a discerning clientele for audio and video systems. The website displays their products in a neat 3 column grid separated by borders.
This is the website of the world’s most advanced electric skateboards. Full width detailed images of the board, and images of persons riding the board have been placed in horizontal sections. Bright orange buttons placed on the grey background offers a striking contrast.
Burn Pepper Production, a motion graphics design studio in Hamburg, uses the overlay rising bubbles animation effect on their website. Animation forms the background for almost the entire website, giving you an idea of the work they do.
Muse is a personal meditation assistant that helps to calm the mind. The device is in the form of a headband that senses the state of your mind and plays calming sounds in response to it. The website is simple and is made up of many colorful horizontal sections.
Natalie Eva Marie
Natalie started off as a football player in college before moving on to become a model, actress and a professional wrestler, who signed up with WWE. Beautiful photographs of Natalie which capture her in different moods, are in a grid in two separate horizontal sections. The website uses Brooklyn Child theme.
House Twelve Media
House Twelve is a video production and digital media company that produces photographs and videos for websites and media campaigns. A part of the body of the camera forms the background for the contact form. A small Preview button remains sticky in the left bottom of the screen and pops out on clicking. In the small pop-up you can read the client testimonials in a revolution slider.
Independent Catering is a venture of Andrew Saunders and Peter Hine and they delight in supplying fresh food prepared from locally sourced ingredients to school children. The website of the catering venture is text heavy, containing a load of information about menus, cashless payment options and employment opportunities. Relief from text is only with a few buttons and image icons.
Learn More is an app that is intended to be used in education. It can explain in animation mode the working of any object which is pictured with a cell phone or tablet. A video is placed in the midsection of the website to demonstrate this. Social sharing buttons are in a sidebar to the left.
Medi USA is a world leader in compression technology and helps patients with circulatory issues lead a more independent life. They are also into supplying orthopedic supports and prosthetics. Their website also uses full-width videos in the background in sections.
My Blue Robot
My Blue Robot is engaged in branding, web development and videography. A collage of black and white images in slow motion forms the background of this website. This website also represents the team members in a sketch format in a grid towards the bottom of the page. Social icons are prominent and image icons have been used in plenty.
Philip J.W.Smith & Co.
The full screen imagery of light at the end of the tunnel illustrates the tag line of this executive search firm, ‘your search ends here’. The symbol ‘&’ is highlighted in the image of and its significance is explained by the firm in the website. Their services are listed against image icons and there is a pictorial representation of how they approach their tasks. A good combination of image and text makes the website pleasing.
Photive is in the business of sound – premium quality sound. The headphones and the accessories in the images leave you in no doubt about this. Their website displays three areas – Listen, Power and Protect – in panels in a horizontal section close to the footer. The panels open up in a very interesting and innovative way to display more functions and options.
Revolution eMedia may be good, trendy and modern in their digital production, marketing and web development, but it is old world charm that they use to convey this. The background for the text appears to be aged, yellowed parchment paper and the fonts used are distinctively old fashioned. Orange colored buttons and image icons provide a bright contrast in the website.
Turning Ideas is a firm for mentoring startups. The organization offers consulting, technology and shared team for projects. Who they are, what they do and how they do it – the answers are placed in small grid panels with pleasing mustard yellow borders on the horizontal edges. The mentors, clients and media reports are in the revolution sliders that you can pause and read.
She Speaks is in the business of creating content for brand promotion. They identify influencers, and connect them to brands and then build content that is used in advertisements and campaigns. Thus, marketing programs, TV social videos and in-store events are all used as avenues for brand promotion.
Visual Cue tunes into routine events to get insights that can be used to effect improvements. Essentially, they are designers and data scientists who can observe events intuitively and arrive at measurable improvements in processes.
Tantric Massage London
The most prominent feature of the website of this massage parlor in London is the contact number that is placed on the full screen. You can pick your choice of location from the website for a massage session.
The Burger’s Priest
The Burger’s Priest is a classic cheeseburger joint. They offer fresh ground beef, soft buns and simple toppings that is griddled to perfection. They go by the philosophy that sometimes simple is best. Their website displays the menu and you can order from the various locations listed in the website.
Deal Broker has designed a platform that can take a look at a customer’s travel booking and then find appropriate add-on revenue generating deals from all over the world. Their content database covers tours and activities, transfers, restaurants, sports events, concerts and more.
Tom Husby is an entrepreneur, marketing consultant and website developer who loves to teach. He uses his website to set out what he can do for you. Bright green price tables relieve the grey-black background.
The Dark Knight Studio
The Dark Knight studio is the website of a web design and mobile apps development company in Singapore. They can tailor their processes to your specific needs to provide affordable solutions.
Savoir Faire Abroad
This is the website of Pamela, a traveler, writer and photographer from Canada. Savior Faire is her travel blog where she pencils her solo travel adventures and shares travel tips.
Now that you have seen some websites built with Brooklyn Theme, perhaps you’d like to give it a try. And if you would like your website to be included it in the list here, do write in to us.