I need to redesign the website for my not-for-profit organization and have two requirements. The site should be minimalist and display code blocks in large, readable format.
I like bootstrap
but it looks really bare bones and I haven't seen good examples and don't have a whole lot of time to customize it. I've looked at wrap bootstrap
but dislike the cheesy SEO templates they've got there. I haven't found other great examples of sites that look great and were done with bootstrap. A Google search unfortunately only gets me mass market seo crap templates like theme forest.
I love the Golden Grid System
but can't find any working examples or templates (especially since I do need a navbar up top and can't figure out how to turn off the grid overlay).
I love symbolset
for the large, highly readable fonts and the overall minimalist feel (but this question isn't about fonts; I can find something great via typekit).
There are other grid systems, like the Skeleton grid system
but again, can't find a template that I can easily customize.
I also really like Tilde.io
(I love how responsive it is when resized but understand it was done by real professionals and not something I can get for cheap).
We are in the process of moving our site from wordpress to Jekyll and will only need 2 page templates - the index page, and a single page (which would work for blog posts and static pages).
Can anyone suggest websites where I can pay $50-$100 to grab a template based on one of these nice responsive frameworks? we have 0$ in funding at the moment so this will have to be cheap