Carbon by Hedone Design - where simple becomes vibrant

Carbon by Hedone Design
By Michelle Haag on 7 Oct 2011 04:16 pm EDT
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Hedone Design knocks it out of the park again with their latest theme, Carbon. Featuring all of the style and class you expect from this developer combined with ultra-functionality, you're not only buying a theme, you're investing in a piece of art. Carbon fiber backgrounds are the perfect setting for the orange, gray, and blue splashes of color, making important features pop. Two home screens ensure that you can have the style that suites you best, either minimalistic with one user customizable icon surrounded by time, date, and important info - or an uber slick circular dock surrounding that same single icon. This amazing dock is like no other, with text based icons radiating out from the center, with sub-menus nestled hidden within. To add separation and definition to the layout, Hedone Design created curved battery and signal meters, encircling the middle icon.

Carbon is available for $7.99 and is compatible with most BlackBerry smartphones. Please remember, BlackBerry OS 7 devices do not have themes available yet as RIM has not released the updated Theme Studio.

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Michelle Haag Michelle Haag "@_Miche11e_ and C0001B3B5" 1190 (articles) 1683 (forum posts)
6 comments

feldmen01

I would love to get some theme action on my 9860 before the QNX phones come out... Hurry up RIM!

JR A

This is probably the only theme I will ever pay money for.

Please bring this to the Playbook!

TheMarco

I can't wait for a BB7 theme creator to be out. Look at those prices. 8 dollars (!)

This costs more than most apps that developers work on for many, many months. I suppose there's a TON of money to be made in this business. As soon as a BB7 theme creator is available I'm gonna jump on this bandwagon for sure.

swade86

this is a cool theme tho, i use it now and then

jdesignz

Looks good, some of my friends using it already..... =))

always3rd

Looking in the compatible devices.....what is a "9788"?