I make high-quality themes. But some of them have odd
inspirations without which they make no sense, and practically
every theme has a story behind it.
Maybe for kuler 3.0, descriptions for themes would be a GREAT
idea. I know I would implement it on all of my themes, because some
of them (the SportsChannel themes, Grocery Store Marketing, others)
have colorful backgrounds I would love to share without placing a
comment in at first sight.
I use kuler extensively (60+ themes already - and I feed on
Flickr images now, so that number's bound to grow). I'm also a
FontStruct, a site for
building typefaces. (The mainstream press is beginning to catch on.
I found it thanks to - gasp! - John Nack on Adobe, one of my RSS
feeds every day.) Using FontStruct and kuler means I can build most
of my graphic work - kuler for the colors and FontStruct for the
typefaces, and then CS3 for everything else to support that
foundation. Of course, I do get tired of doing "Dragon of the Seas"
this, "DotS" that, etc. That's why I use kuler - because it is so
essential and so refreshing from doing FontStructions, and that's
why I use FontStruct - because kuler can occasionally put me in