Oct 12, 2018

Zien – Creative Portfolio Landing Page

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See Creative Portfolio Template

See Creative Portfolio Template

See Creative Portfolio Template

The "Seen – Creative Portfolio Landing Page" is a responsive beautifully tailored portfolio HTML template for creative portfolio. Everyone can use this template to showcase his product and adapt to his wishes. It is built with Bootstrap, using HTML5, CSS3, Sass and jQuery. It is super easy to customize and also well documented. You can use this portfolio template for: agency, personal portfolio, architect office, freelancer, photography studios, audio and music, musician, painter portfolio, artwork, art, artist portfolio, web design works, illustrators, trainer, projects, freelance designer. All files are clearly organized, we think it will be easy to use and edit them. This HTML template is mobile-friendly and designed with modern looks while remembering to make it user-friendly and eye-catching so people use it to make the most of their website.


  • 6 Home Versions
  • Working Ajax PHP contact form
  • Blog Pages
  • Latest Bootstrap Version
  • Clean and modern design
  • Fully Responsive
  • Google font used
  • Multi Page Template
  • Cross Browser Compatible
  • JQuery and CSS3 Animation
  • 24/7 Friendly Customer Support
  • Valid HTML & CSS
  • And much more..

Files included:

  • 19 html files included
  • Php files for contact form
  • documentation

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Please note: All images are only used for Preview Purpose. They are not part of the template and are NOT included in the final purchase files.


If you need help using the file or need special customization, feel free to contact me through my Themeforest profile. If you have a moment, please rate this product, 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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