Responsive themes are on the rise these days. More developers are understanding the importance of designing themes that work on desktop and mobile computers. If your website does not look right on mobile phones such as the iPhone, you are missing huge opportunities. These 10 themes are responsive and work great for corporate / business websites:
Modernize: a super flexible theme with unlimited colors, 15 background patterns, and over 350 fonts. It has a drag & drop page builder. It is responsive too.
Akita: an elegant HTML5 theme for your business website. It has a tableless design too. It lets you target your tablet visitors more effectively.
ProMotion: developed for those of you who are looking for a creative or flashy theme for your business. It works great for product promotion and business sites. It has a responsive layout and unbranded options.
Mindful: a good looking theme for design agencies and creative businesses. It is easy to customize. You get a TouchSwipe slideshow and a custom post type for portfolio management. Google Web fonts are integrated into this theme as well.
Alyeska: an elegant HTML5 theme for business sites. It has a responsive design and plenty of options for you to play with.
Office: has a professional design and 7 custom post types. The homepage modules can be handled via drag & drop. You get unlimited color options too.
Responsive theme: a clean but mobile friendly theme for WordPress. It is coded in HTML5. You get custom templates, 9 color styles and a flexible slider.
Swagger: a highly customizable theme you can use for business or other types of websites. It is based on the Theme Blvd framework. 6 sidebar layouts and 5 custom widgets are included.
ELOGIX: a fully responsive theme that works on your iPhone, iPad, and other tablets. You can use this for your blog or business website. It supports custom backgrounds.
Uber: a good looking business and portfolio theme for freelancers, photographers, design firms, and creative individuals.
Which one of these responsive designs are you impressed with the most?