What’s great about responsive themes is that it scales to fit the screen size of any gadget that your visitor views your website in. Now what’s great about WordPress and its themes is that every day, many developers create brand new themes and thus add to the handful of WP themes we can choose from.

This article focuses on the two points previously mentioned. Not only does it feature responsive WordPress themes, it also gives you the best and the freshest ones! Pick one now and be assured of a fresh website to show off to the world.


ipage review

If the title of the theme does not send out a clear message to all of you readers out there, the biggest asset of this WP theme is that it has a clean and polished design perfect for blog or portfolio websites. More than just a neat template though, Clean also features infinite scrolling and a touch swipe slideshow: features you will definitely find useful and your viewers more efficient when visiting your website.


ipage reviewsWork with the clean and neat WordPress theme you deserve to work with using Infinity, a responsive WordPress portfolio theme. Show off your best work to everyone and they still look good no matter what the gadget your visitor views your website in. The best part of this is that since the layout is also minimalistic in addition to being clean, your viewers can focus more on your work rather than on the less important stuff lying around in your website.


fatcow review

Reveal has a wonderful layout that transforms beautifully along with the screen size of your viewer’s gadget. The minimalistic and clean design coupled with the Ajax-powered project viewing makes this theme an ideal choice in presenting the best among all your works.


fatcow reviews

PixelPower is a responsive HTML5/CSS3 WordPress theme that you will love. This theme, inspired by a tumblog-style layout, was designed to cater to various theme needs of people from blogging to showcasing. One of the features that it includes are the handy custom bio widget that lets you briefly introduce yourself to your visitors with a photo, link, bio and social media links.



Designed by Andy Rutledge, Currents is a fully responsive theme devoted for those who want to create a news website. It is content-focused so that your viewers really know what to put their attention on. Among the features that Currents is most proud of is that it chooses to offer headline post titles to visitors through a sexy but simple design.



Juanma Teixido created the beautiful and responsive business theme, Buro. More than just a responsive theme, it also has more awesome features including the Custom Homepage, Typography, Post Types, Widgets, and a Featured Slider. You can use this theme for almost any type of website, which makes this theme an ideal choice for a WordPress theme.

Super Skeleton

super skel

Would you believe me if I told you that this WordPress theme loads in under 0.5 seconds? This happens with Super Skeleton when it’s hosted with WPEngine. But wait, there’s more! Besides it’s improved speed features, it also has a new SEO. Super Skeleton is even responsive, assuring you and your visitors a wonderful viewing experience.



Jam-loaded with awesome features, Lulu is a fully responsive and minimalistic WordPress theme. Some of the aforementioned awesome features it has include 4 custom post types, responsive felx slider, filterable portfolio/gallery, and built-in contact form, to name a few. Create a classy website with this elegant WordPress theme now.



You can now show off your work to the netizens with this easy-to-customize and fully featured WordPress Photography and Business Theme, Momento. Upon purchase of this theme, you also get a detailed help file along with additional options and 2 unique featured slider options.

Good Minimal

good minimal

A responsive HTML5 & CSS3, Good Minimal is a minimalistic and neat theme created for portfolio, blog or business websites. This theme will look perfect in any device — may they be iPhones, iPads, tablets, etc — because of its responsive ability.

About the author

Carmel is a web developer and designer who also works part-time as a freelance writer. Despite her busy schedule, she makes it a point to share her knowledge about web design and development through her articles on blogs.


Hello C.Bavota,You are amazing and I love the Tonic Theme. I will be upingdarg to Pro when I get more content up on the site.I have two questions.1. Those widgets that include the round effect on the pictures you claim are in the home page top area. When I go that section in the widgets menu the home page top area widget section is empty. With a comment saying to add some text widgets if I like. How is it displaying the circled text widgets if the area is currently empty?2. Is there a way to add social media icons to the home page either in the footer or somewhere near the top, maybe above the awesome nav bar you designed?Thanks man. You have the most amazing skills. Well done.

Leave a Comment

Comment (required)

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Name (required)
Email (required)