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ENVIRON – Non-profit and Environment PSD Template

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ENVIRONMENT – Non-profit and environment PSD template. It's easy to customize, all teams are well organized to make changes without any problems. We have included best practice with web development. You can create a good website layout based on the Twitter Bootstrap or Grid 1170px.

Template features:

  • 18 PSD files with layer formats
  • PSD Well organized, with named teams and groups.
  • 12 column (1170px) grid system.
  • Super clear and clean layout.
  • Professional and creative design.
  • Easily customized Photoshop files.
  • Fully customizable.
  • Font-Awesome icons and flat icon.
  • Free Google Fonts.

Inside package:

  • 01_Home
  • 02_Home
  • 03_Home
  • 04_home
  • 05_About_us
  • 06_Property
  • 07_property list
  • 08_single_property
  • 09_agent
  • 10_agent_single
  • 11_blog_single
  • 12_blog
  • 13_shopping
  • 14_coming_soon
  • 15_Error Page
  • 16Contact us
  • 17_slide

Change PSD template

In order to edit the PSD file, you must have Adobe Photoshop CS5 or CS6 version installed on your system and the fonts mentioned in the credits. After open file in Photoshop you can look at the right team manager. We have already organized the teams and grouped into folders.

Choose layer from layer panel that you want to edit or make changes and perform the necessary editing. That is all! Happy editing :).

What do you want?

  • PSD template files
  • documentation

Fonts:

Note: Download the fonts from Google and install it before editing the template.

icons:

Pictures:

Note: Images are only used in template for demo purposes and not included in the downloadable bundle.

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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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