Aug 15, 2018

It’s me — Creative Multipage Portfolio Muse Theme

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Team - Multisport & E-sport WordPress Theme

Responsive wordpress Theme

It's me – a stylish Adobe Muse template designed for all portfolio pages.
Our simple and clean theme is perfect for creative agencies, freelancers,
artists, designers, photographers or other creative people. In addition, it will be a good meeting for the fitness, yoga or dance practitioners.

It's me that suits everyone, regardless of character, mood and style, because it has 4 different websites, 4 blogs and
3 Portfolio. With parallax effects and Scroll Motion Animation included in this project
You can create unique portfolio without writing code! You can edit each and every part of this template according to your needs.

key Features

  • Multi Page Painter
  • Desktop, Tablet and Phone versions
  • Fully customized
  • Easy editing
  • Parallax Scrolling
  • Sticky Menu
  • 500+ Free Edge Web Fonts
  • Simple Line Icon Webfont
  • Clean and professional design
  • MailChimp Form Integrated
  • Scroll Motion Animation
  • Facebook Widget
  • Animate.css and WOW.js
  • Well organized team
  • In-Browser editing
  • 4 Homepage
  • 4 blog page
  • 3 Portfolio
  • Blog List Page
  • 2 contact forms
  • Well documented
  • Torbara Support
  • Free updates

Table of Contents

  • 01_Muse
    • assets
    • itsme.muse
  • 02_HTML
    • index.html
    • blog retail dopazo.html
    • blog retail hanses.html
    • blog retail portman.html
    • blog retail robert.html
    • blog list-portman.html
    • dopazo.html
    • hansen.html
    • portfolio-retail dopazo.html
    • portfolio-retail hanses.html
    • portfolio-retail robert.html
    • portman.html
  • 03_Support
    • assets
    • favicon.ico
    • index.html



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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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