Responsive Web Design Grid Template PSD: 10 Columns for 1200 Pixels

Zach Mettra

Zach Mettra

Founder & Creative Director


So last year I promised that no matter what, I’d find the time to finish the Bright Oak site. But here I sit, it’s 2013, and 27 clients later I am about in the same spot I was last January. Growth is certainly a good problem to have, but enough is enough. 2013 is going to be the year that I finish the new fluid Bright Oak site, I promise.

While working on some of the mockups and digging around, I stumbled across Graham Miller’s ResponsiveGridSystem.com site. The open source code will certainly help Rory and our development team when I pass off the PSD’s, but there was no PSD to go with it. Graham has the philosophy of doing the mockup in the markup, and while that may work for some people — there are plenty of people out there, like myself, who couldn’t write a line of code to save their life (and no, I do not have time in 2013 to learn how to either). So this responsive web design grid template is for you.

This free responsive web design grid template is designed is set up for a 1200 pixel content area and also has up to 10 different columns to help you create the most magical responsive web design ever. Enjoy!

Responsive Web Design Template PSD

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