Blackberry Hedone Design Thalia & LiteOn Themes for 85xx/89xx/90xx/93xx/95xx/96xx/97x
DESCRIPTION: Modern, clean, sharp, fast and useful! with 24 homescreen
icons (12 user customizable), this is a professional theme with style!
They say one of the most beautiful phrases in almost any language is
"cellar door” – based on the idea that (using what is called
phonoaestethics – a complex piece of terminology meaning ‘the beauty of
sound’ and what sounds the sounds themselves make). Thalia is not just
beautiful in the way that the sound that the word itself makes, even in
the meaning itself – according to legend/history, Thalia was the name of
one of the muses (and one of the 3-graces as well). Thalia is more than
just a sound, though – it is a way of dealing with the world around you
with panache and a quiet elegance just not found in the ordinary.
Thalia is inspiration, legend and beauty – she is a moment of clear
breath in a world that is bound together by the day-to-day banalities
that we all have to endure.
Not necessarily descended from the Greek gods, THIS "Thalia” will
inspire you to get more done and less time LOOKING for anything. THIS
theme has a staggering 24-icons that can be customized for the home
screen. The icons keep the sharp, crisp feeling from the past couple of
themes but this time the colour-gauntlet has been thrown (but not
painfully-perky or so garish it would scare the people at Crayola). DFK
and XTH and the usual "touched by the hand of Hedone” niceties,
conveniences and other useful things here and there that keep them
squarely in the center-mark as the Apple of Blackberry themes.
DESCRIPTION: The illusion of distance with the reality of ability.
Under development for some time now, Hedone Design’s first 3D theme,
"Liteon” combines the feeling of looking into something rather than at
it, and the ability to use that depth to your advantages. The home
screen has two different "home panels” that display at varying
depths-of-field, as though you are moving towards the background image.
Using your scroll-pad or trackball, you can move one panel up from it’s
control center stowaway and then using it again, hide that panel while
revealing the other. Making full use of the coruscating range of the
"Color Monkey” palette (first seen in "Thalia”), the icons are bright,
clear and easy to move through – so that you are using the theme rather
than having to interpret it.