This blog series is especially relevant for developers and designers, as it shares useful tips on how to start developing themes for Shopware. Regardless if you already have experience with Shopware or not, Julia Rheme, Product Designer at Shopware, will take you step-by-step through the process of creating unique themes for Shopware storefronts. You’ll also get useful tips on how to make your theme available for purchase in the Shopware Community Store, effectively putting a little bit of extra cash in your pockets.
Behind the scenes with Julia
Since Julia started working at Shopware only a few months ago, she first introduces herself, then shares her take on the work life here at Shopware and reports on her very first project: developing a fashion theme for Shopware. Note: Be sure to turn on the English closed captions in the lower right-hand portion of the window!
Stay tuned – what you can expect in forthcoming episodes
In our next episode, Julia will outline the steps she took to develop a theme for Shopware, what you should consider regarding the colour and fonts of your theme, which psychological factors should be considered, and much more. Be sure to follow our Facebook and Twitter accounts so that you don’t miss a thing!
Pushing your own Shopware theme
If you have or are currently developing a theme for Shopware and want to share your work, then get in touch with us per email at email@example.com. We would be happy to introduce you and your theme through our social media channels. We look forward to hearing from you!