Develop in Style with Sublime Text and Atom Editor Themes

Both Sublime Text 3 and Atom are excellent code editors which are highly extensible, support package management, and provide many developer conveniences. Most importantly, they both support custom UI theming! There are currently some great themes available, and here are some of our favorite ones at Viget.

Sublime Text 3

Material Theme

Material Theme brings Google’s material design visual language to Sublime Text 3. Used by Dan Tello, Jeremy Frank, Tommy Marshall, Solomon Hawk, Ben Tinsley.

Material Theme

Spacegray

Spacegray provides a great looking hyperminimal UI with a unique color palette.

Spacegray Theme

El Capitan Theme

A variation on the popular Soda (light) theme, El Capitan Theme is made to better match the native UI in OS X.

El Capitan Theme

Atom

One Dark

Atom’s default UI and syntax theme. Used by Lawson Kurtz and Mike Ackerman.

One Dark Theme

Atom Material UI

This theme follows Google’s material design guidelines. Used by Jeremy Fields.

Material UI Theme

Native UI

Native UI provides the new OS X El Capitan user interface elements and improved typography.

Native UI Theme


Changing your editor’s UI theme or syntax coloring is simple to do and it’s a great way to give your coding experience a little boost. Several of the themes above support both light and dark variations, as well as various syntax coloring options. I encourage you to explore the themes above, and if you have a favorite theme, let's hear about it in the comments below!

Jeremy focuses on responsive buildout, CMS integration, and compelling animation for clients including the University of Pennsylvania, POLITICO, and The Nature Conservancy. He maintains a healthy balance of innovation and responsibility from our Durham, NC, office.

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