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joomfreak : A wee bit of history class

Written by  joomfreak // Thursday, 08 March 2012 18:25
joomfreak : A wee bit of history class joomfreak : A wee bit of history class

Now that we've launched joomfreak, it's time to dedicate a few lines to the history of this project. Back in 2010 we started doing some templates just for fun under the branding of Kreatif Multimedia, which is kind of the parent company to joomfreak.

Early stages & joomla.it
When searching the web for useful Joomla! hotspots we came across joomla.it, the offcial italian Joomla! community. Rapidly we found a proper partner in AlexRed, which has always been a great help when it got down to support our free Joomla! templates. So basically, as so often happens, one thing led to another and set off a chain of events that enhanced the partnership between joomla.it and Kreatif with the result that joomla.it was restyled in terms of webdesign and structure with the help of Kreatif. Some months later the very first joomfreak template was featured on joomla.it.

joomfreak becomes a brand
At this time the joomfreak idea was already born. With its aim to develop and release free Joomla! templates joomfreak became an own indipendent business unit of Kreatif. From that time onwards our aim was to steadily improve the templates in terms of webdesign and coding providing unique handcrafted Joomla! templates for free. Because we felt quite overwhelmed by the great feedback we got from joomsters all around the world we decided to build joomfreak a homebase: www.joomfreak.com.

 

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