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Celia – Innovative and Inspiring Portfolio PSD Template for Modern Agencies and Freelancers

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About Celia:

Celia is a new modern and elegant creative PSD template designed specifically for creative studies, agencies and freelancers. We took care of each item to look different and clean in all browsers. It comes with several website layouts and other subpages that you need to start your business or even transform your current site.

Also provided with About, Services, Testimonials, Clients, Portfolio Pages, Team and Member Profile, Awesome Blog / News Pages and +200 Amazing Blocks and Options. This PSD template can easily meet all your needs. The template is suitable for advertisements, studies, agencies and photographers that aim to build a great portfolio to showcase their works.

The PSD files are fully stocked and can be customized and all items are in groups and can be easily identified by group name.

Features:

  • +100 PSD Pages Included
  • +24 Websites (More Updates )
  • +200 Great Blocks and Options
  • +25 Portfolio Pages (7 Portfolio Layouts Variations)
  • +12 Blog Pages (19659011) +6 Shop Pages (Full ECommerce Demo)
  • Minimal, Vintage & Creative Design
  • Retina & Responsive Ready
  • Flexible & Multipurpose
  • And Organized
  • Awesome Shortcodes
  • 1170 Grid System
  • Unlimited Layouts
  • +14 Slider
  • +14 Slider
  • +14 17 Headers
  • +10 Page titles
  • +14 Footers
  • Typography Elements
  • ] Real Pixel Perfect
  • Fully layered & Organized PSD
  • Free G oogle web fonts
  • Free iconic scripts
  • Unlimited Colors

PSD Files Included:

The template comes with 100 PSD files, the PSD files are fully saved and can be customized and all elements are in groups and can easily be identified by the name of the group.

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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