Using Moodle themes
Moodle provides a flexible skinning mechanism to brand your site to follow corporate design guidelines. As mentioned in the introduction, we will only cover the theme settings that can be accessed from the Moodle administration menu. For details on how to create Moodle themes, refer to Moodle Theme Development by Silvina Paola Hillar, Packt Publishing, or contact your Premium Moodle Partner, who will be able to offer professional theme design services. There are also some good pointers at docs.moodle.org/dev/Themes, which assumes that you have a good understanding of HTML and CSS.
While Moodle supports fixed-width and fluid themes, utilizing (or developing) responsive themes is highly recommended. We exclusively cover responsive themes here.
The future of e-learning is mobile, as reflected by Moodle, which only ships two responsive themes: Boost and Classic.