Elegant Themes Giveaway – Answer Those Questions To Win!

Elegant Themes

Elegant Themes is surely one of the best WordPress themes store out there. I’ve had the pleasure of customizing some of their themes for clients in the past and I’ve found they’re very easy to work with, well-coded and definitely great-looking.

So, to start the year on the right track we’ve partnered with Elegant Themes to give away 4 unlimited access memberships to their theme club! What this means is you’ll have access to all their themes for a full year! (a $19.95 value)

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How To Enter

To enter this contest, all you have to do is correctly answer the 4 questions below:

  1. Each version of WordPress is named after a famous Jazz musician – who was WP 1.0 named after?
  2. What did Johannes Gutenberg – a German goldsmith – invented in the 1400s?
  3. IKEA, after 50 years of using a customized version of Futura and Century Schoolbook for their print catalogs, decided to switch to which typeface for their 2010 catalog?
  4. What was the color of the year chosen by Pantone in 2009?

Like I said, we’re giving away 4 memberships – the first 3 people to answer those questions correctly will win (leave a comment with your answers). If you’re not one of the first 3, don’t worry, you can still win! Simply tweet about the contest with the hashtag #SpyreElegant and you’ll be entered in the contest! We will use random.org to pick the 4th winner.

Please make sure you enter a valid email address when you leave your comment so we can actually contact you if you win :)

The contest ends on Thursday, January 7th 2010 at midnight EST. Winners will be announced shortly after.

A big thanks to Nick Roach from Elegant Themes for giving away those 4 memberships!

Good luck to everyone!

This contest has ended. The winners are below. Thanks everyone for participating! :)

  • Kylie Larsson
  • Wes Bos
  • rzepak
  • Camille Friend (via Twitter)

Please note, we used random.org to pick the 4th winner from all the people who Tweeted about the contest with the #SpyreElegant hashtag. The other 3 winners were selected because they answered the questions correctly.

Comments

  1. says

    1. After Miles Davis
    2. He invented movable type printing
    3. They changed to Verdana
    4. It’s PANTONE® 14-0848 Mimosa

    Cheers

  2. Tej says

    1. Miles Davis
    2. Movable Type Printing
    3. Verdana
    4. PANTONE 14-0848 Mimosa

    Best of luck to all!!!

  3. jonbonjovious says

    Thank you for the fun giveaway

    1. Miles Davis
    2. Movable Type Printing
    3. Verdana
    4. PANTONE 14-0848 Mimosa

  4. says

    1.According to Wikipedia the first version that was named after a musician was 1.2..version 1 did not have a name.
    2 The Gutenberg Press
    3.Verdana
    4. PANTONE® 14-0848 Mimosa

  5. says

    1. According to WordPress Roadmap it is named after Miles Davis
    2. He invented mechanical printing press
    3. They switched to Verdana
    4. And the color the year 2009 was PANTONE 14-0848 Mimosa

    P.S. to Adam Donkus. Sometimes Wikipedia doesn’t know the right answer :)
    And good look to others :)

  6. David says

    1. WP 1.0 was named after Miles Davis.
    2. Johannes Gutenberg invented movable type printing in the 1400s.
    3. IKEA changed to Verdana typeface.
    4. The color of the year chosen by Pantone in 2009 was PANTONE 14-0848 Mimosa.

    Thanks for offering and tweeted!

  7. yumpstyler says

    1 Miles Davis
    2. Printing press
    3. verdana
    4. PANTONE® 14-0848 Mimosa

    Great giveaway!

  8. Maher Jilani says

    Hey!
    I think Its
    1. Miles Davis
    2. printing press
    3. verdana
    4. PANTONE 14-0848 Mimosa

    Good luck :))

  9. says

    Greatings full of sunn from Hannover, Germany.

    1. WordPress 1.0.1:
    Starting this version, WordPress started naming its major releases after Jazz musicians.
    As you can see this release was named after a famous musician, Miles Davis.

    2. Give me the chance to say it in german:
    » Henchen zur Laden « oder » Henne Gensfleisch « alias Johannes Gutenberg. Prototypograph. Geboren um 1400 in Mainz.
    Erfinder des europäischen Buchdrucks mit beweglichen, wiederverwendbaren Lettern aus Metall; erster aller Typographen.
    Quelle: http://www.typolexikon.de/g/gutenberg-johann.html

    3. Ikea and Verdana and you can start your “New Life”.

    4. PANTONE 14-0848 Mimosa

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