Offered at General Public License at no charge is Yoko theme, another great theme from Ellen Bauer and Manual Espesito at Elma Studio.de. There isn't much content on DualScreenApps.com, but it looks good! Most responsive themes out there look better with fewer menu items - minimalism is key, if you can remove extraneous features. You have to anyway, for mobile. Along with other themes from ElmaStudio, Yoko is good-looking and well-working and is ready-to-go, with very little tweaking required. Here is a tablet view:
No sideways scrolling! A mark of a good responsive theme! Here is a cool angle of Yoko theme on DualScreenApps.com - Notice, one fewer columns ↓:
Phone View . . . Do you see? Two menu items is very nice, neat and innocuous in the upper right. Many menu items would push the logo to the halfway point or further . . . ↓
That's all I have for you right now. Louise Marketing, owner of EmergingDomains, is the Dual Screen / Multi Screen Queen! It is imperitive to adopt themes which fit any themes, with a collection like that! See domain portfolio at EmergingDomains.com, another responsive theme, also reviewed here at Responsive Examples .com™
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© 2013 DualScreenApps .com ™. Theme: Yoko by Elmastudio