I don’t think you’ll find anything that specific, but what features would you need for this specifically that you can’t find in most multifunction themes?
Agree with waituk above, the right font for the subject matter and the style of design but generally it’s Open Sans, Raleway and Ubuntu
The problem I see with this is that a lot of websites are going to end up looking like google’s websites.
Some people say it’s a trend, therefore it must be adapted because agencies are using it, that’s just wrong. The hamburger should only be used on sites either to be viewed on mobile or when you do not want a long strip of navigation, for instance when you have a really nice full screen image and you want that to get a users attention. To just use one arbitrarily is bad UX.
The thread seems to have gone off on a tangent, the OP wants to know if it’s worth spending money on a mac or windows based pc. If you are buying a computer on which you are working on solely based on it’s looks then good luck in your business my friend. If however you are buying a computer based on how well it will work for you and it’s value for money then go for a windows based pc, I would recommend i5/i7 with 16gb RAM ~(32gb is overkill unless you are spending a lot of time rendering) and an SSD (not the hybrid rubbish) drive and a kickass monitor. You should get that for less than $1500 for a really nice one
Thunderbird all the way especially with the send later plugin; I can have thunderbird send emails at 9am on the dot even when I’m resting my eyes
From a legal point of view (I may be wrong) I would think that envato are the sellers, the author is the manufacturer and envato the seller just as when buying a sony tv from a retailer your contact is with the retailer not sony.