Deal of the week: Responsive Multipurpose HTML5 Template

The new year brings new opportunities, and if you’re looking to improve your site in 2014 then the first thing you need to ensure is that it’s responsive. Unfortunately responsive sites can be hard to build from scratch, which is why we’re delighted our sister-site, MightyDeals.com, has been able to arrange a huge discount on this professional HTML5 responsive template.

Arctic is a massive template, with more than 20 custom pages, numerous sliders, and tons of cool tools and widgets. What’s more, Arctic comes with 4 well organized PSD files; meaning you can not only tweak the code but revise the design however you like.

There are multiple home page designs to choose from, portfolio pages, blog designs, even sitemaps and error pages.

Arctic is built on a responsive grid system, delivering amazing looks to just about every device on the market, and some that aren’t even available yet.

Two different styles are included, dark and light, so you can choose your favorite or use one as the starting point for your own design.

What’s more, to really drive you on to success this year, Arctic includes amazing interactive and social media features; there’s a working PHP contact form, MailChimp integration, Google Maps API integration, Twitter integration, Flickr integration and Facebook integration. Whether you’re updating your own site or working on a client’s Arctic is a phenominal place to start.

Arctic normally retails at $17, but for a limited time you can download this great HTML5 template with all its assets included, for just $9, that’s a 47% discount! Head over to MightyDeals to grab this offer right now.

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Have you used Arctic for a project? Which of its features is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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  • http://imapro.in/ Gaurav Agarwal ( imapro.in )

    Well I have researching from quite a long on responsive websites and now I feel that as current traffic statistics conclude upon mobile as King i.e. nearly 74% users are browsing via mobile so a Responsive design is a must I also consulted a company specialized in this http://www.seosemanticxhtml.com and they gave me mind boggling statistics of conversions via mobile. No doubt with numerous mobiles and 100s of resolutions Responsive is future