The long waited WordPress theme Twenty Nineteen is going to be led by Boston based designer Allan Cole and Kjell Reigstad will be the design coach.
On WordPress 5.0, the default theme will be Twenty Nineteen along with the full support of awesome Gutenberg editor.
There are some significant features of the Twenty Nineteen theme.
It will also contain Front-end and Back-end editor styles. This will allow the presentation of content in the back-end to closely resemble how the finished product will look like.
Twenty Nineteen’s core is simple, sophisticated typography. The aesthetic theme is minimal and non-prescriptive, enabling the theme to work well in various applications.
It will include both front end and back end styles, so users can be completely confident when they publish their website.
The Twenty Nineteen theme will have no sidebar at all. So, you will get more space for your posts and pages.
In Twenty Nineteen theme, Your featured image will be set as the top background of the blog post.
You can also change the color scheme of your Twenty Nineteen theme.
Since the theme does not have a side bar you can add widgets on the footer.
You will get a number of settings if you head to the Customizer the theme
The frontend looks cooler on the WordPress website. Here are two screenshots from the Core WordPress site
the Theme Twenty Nineteen theme will be released along with WordPress 5.0, most probably on 19th October.
If you want still want to try the beta you can click here and download the zipped file and install the theme.
I would suggest not to use the theme on a working or professional website because the theme is stilll undert development and needs a lot of revisions.
If you want to contribute to the build of the theme, you can start contributing from here.
If you are interested in contributing, please be sure to follow this blog. During the design and development process, there will be weekly half-hour meetings every Tuesday, 16 October 2018, 22:00 GMT+6 in #core-themes, beginning today, October 20, 2018.