I’m not sure there’s a more comprehensive listing elsewhere to be honest, but I don’t know how up to date it is.
I’m sure there are people here who could recommend a ‘modern easy to use’ theme is you can give us a bit more guidance as to what you’re looking for. Perhaps a link to an existing website/s that you like would be a start.
Appreciate the quick response. For the style of theme I’m looking for, honestly I love most of what Michael David Design offers, but I don’t think they’re offering support. Same goes for Brandon Lee themes. I’ll keep searching.
@Tdot I would second Doug’s recommendation of perusing the themes at ThemeFlood.
… I think you are correct overall. There ARE fewer themes being developed today. I don’t know how long you’ve been away, but the newer trend is to creating full-bodied frameworks (Foundry, Foundation, UIKit, and others). These have become popular because they offer more control over the look and feel of a site. Essentially frameworks are all-iin-one purchases: each one provides its own theme, plus a bunch of stacks that work well with it.
I’m not trying to say you should use a framework. That’s up to you. I’m just trying to explain why there is less activity in terms of theme development.
@Tdot ThemeFlood does a great job. Overall the themes there are quite flexible. In return they need a bit more imagination from you to see which one might be most useful. I think this is simply a natural “cost” of flexibility. Of course these themes are also quite nice: Premium themes for RapidWeaver
Yes, frameworks add more complexity. With greater power comes greater complexity. But @Elixir offers great documentation and video tutorials with his framework (Foundry). I don’t know if this is a good fit for you (though I personally love it). Check out the documentation here:
@Pyrobrit makes a great point. While frameworks are more complicated I find them easier to use. For me themes are like using something partially built and I have to learn what it can and can’t do, and then scrinch my design ideas into it. Frameworks are much more like starting with a blank piece of paper. I find that easier and more comforting. So for me a framework like Foundry is much more relaxing and enjoyable to use. But you do need to adapt a bit so watch the videos and read the tutorials.