The Second Sneak-Peek of Startup Design Framework

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  1. Designmodo Designmodo

    Every day, Designmodo is working to make Startup Framework better and soon you will be able to see it for yourself.

    In the meantime, we would like to preview a powerful part of this framework - samples. We’ll explain what samples are and how you can use those to build websites for start-ups in a short time.

    More details and screens - http://journal.designmodo.com/post/63424083567/the-second-sneak-peek-of-startup-design-framework

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    6 months ago

  2. Tomas Laurinavicius Tomas Laurinavicius

    Looking forward to it. Lovely style.

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    6 months ago

  3. Designmodo Designmodo

    @Tomas Laurinavicius Thank you :) any suggestions?

    6 months ago

  4. Tomas Laurinavicius Tomas Laurinavicius

    @Designmodo not really, so far looks fantastic.

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    6 months ago

  5. Pavel Ivanov Pavel Ivanov

    Nice!

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    6 months ago

  6. Marius Feraru Marius Feraru

    Great work!

    6 months ago

  7. Orkun ÇAYLAR Orkun ÇAYLAR

    Nice work!

    6 months ago

  8. Farouk Hosni Farouk Hosni

    I love it!

    6 months ago

  9. Philip Lester Philip Lester

    Excited to see the finished product and curious as to how you're going to build an HTML/CSS template and make it modular and easy to customize.

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    6 months ago

  10. metrothemes metrothemes

    Awesome <3

    6 months ago

  11. Chris Allen Chris Allen

    One thing I would really love to see in a framework is an easy way to customize the CSS3 animations for certain sections or elements. In addition, I absolutely love your journal site's scroll down & disappear the header... scroll up & reveal the header UI. I hope this is an option in this framework (with the ability to have scrollspy elements).

    6 months ago

  12. D Hans D Hans

    Can't wait.

    6 months ago

  13. Nuruzzaman Sheikh Nuruzzaman Sheikh

    Amazing!

    6 months ago

  14. Joel Filipe Joel Filipe

    Keep up the good work @Designmodo

    6 months ago

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