Sep 29, 2018
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MADIND – Construction Business PSD Template

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MADIND is a clean and elegant construction site PSD Template, designed for people with life-threatening in the construction industry. 12 PSD files are well organized and named accordingly, so it's very easy to change all designs. Template files are built to be 1170 grid. Easily custom widget areas, ready to create the template you want using our custom widgets. The refined layout fits your needs and helps present your content in the most convincing way. You can customize it very easily to suit your business needs. If you like my templates, please rate it 5 stars. It's very useful to me ..

features:

  • Designed based on 1170 bootstrap grid
  • Completely asthetic, minimal, modern and clean user interface
  • Free Google Font
  • Flexible, custom and popular organized teams
  • Easy to use your own brand and color
  • Maximum use of white space
  • 100% pixel perfect design
  • Great support

* Images are not included in download packages

* All icons are included download package

Files included:

  • 12 PSD file
  • 1 help file

Pages:

Pages:

  • A website
  • One about us page
  • A service page
  • One project page
  • Five blog pages
  • A Contact Us Page
  • One Faq Page
  • One 404 Page

Applied font:

Icon Used:

Pictures:

Please note:

Images in the main file are replaced by placeholders, all images used for demo purposes only. Do not worry about elements, shapes and graphics, it's clear in your main file.

Support:

If you need help using the file or need a special customization, feel free to contact me via my contact form for Themeforest Profile. If you have a moment, please rate this product with 5 star reviews, I would appreciate it a lot! …. Thanks …

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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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