Our Nova Theme allows featured posts to populate its slider. One option is to use a left hand PNG image, which allows for some great looking slides. Using images with transparency and depth can really add to the visual impact of your theme, so we’ve created a perfectly sized PSD template that you can use to design beautiful slides for your Nova Theme.Download The PSD
Using the PSD template to create slider images is simple. Each slider variation is grouped into layer groups. Inside each layer group is a smart object where you can input your own photo (just double click it and past in your photo). The image you input will automatically be added within the appropriate area in the slider image. Once you have added your imagery, simply choose File > Save For Web.
This image stack is the perfect way to represent a set of images while featuring the primary image in focus. The blurring, done for you by the template, creates just the right amount of depth for a really dramatic mockup.
If you are wanting to display a collection of images, this template is a great way to dislay multiple images along side your featured post text.
The Gallery Template is a really nice way to showoff a series of photos or posters as if they were featured in their very own gallery.
Do you just have a couple photos that you want to show in a more casual way? The Polaroids Template is definitely a whimsical method of doing so. Just place your images into Image Smart Objects and it will rotate, overlap, and even throw a polaroid filter over the top for you.
This template uses image ‘blades’ to create a really bold display. You provide the images, and the template will do the distorting and overlapping of images automatically!
This smartphone template features our iPhone 5s PSD mockup. This is great for mobile web designers, app deveopers, and anyone who wants to show off that beautifully responsive website.
This template uses one of our recent iPad mini templates. This perspective and pose is a really fun and playful way to represent your mobile website or app design.
The MacBook Pro template is one of the cleanest ways to mock up your website design. This pure-front angle and minimal laptop device makes sure that your design is the center of attention. You can download all of our MacBook Pro PSD mockups as well.
For those of you wanting to display a website design, here is a clean and professional option for you, featuring our iMac PSD mockup.
Sometimes it’s really nice to display two pieces of a website side by side to show the depth and consistency in a design. This is a professional and dynamic template for doing just that.
Great! As usual.
Those PSD are really useful!
Thanks for keeping us “in the mood” … 🙂
Thanks again for some great Elegant resources.
These templates are great. Another reason why I am thankful I found you guys. Keep up the great work!
Apple products, but no PC or other variants. Shame Shame
Nice concepts though…. and thanks for sharing as usual.
Really nice, clean, and current.
Very nice template I like it !
Thank you. Keep up the good work!
Just learning the back end of Elegant Themes and although I could make a lot of these myself…I find it really helpful to have all these extra freebies to pick up when I need em! Thank you so much!
Excellent Work Nick !!! Thanks for share
Wow! Realy usefull, thanks for share! I love this site!
Hi Elegant Themes crew!
You are doing an amazing job with your great blog posts and with all the stunning freebies!
This is an awesome designing job, and it’s a great help for us: your clients.
Please, keep doing this: it’s an added value for your beatiful themes, and a fantastic way to keep loyal your clients.
All this stuff is well and good, but I signed up awhile back and I can’t even build my website because of basic technical issues with the Flexible Theme and ePanel.
The techs are very nice but my issues are not resolved and I need some help with my THREE open issues (since 11/4). Please refer to the Flexible Theme support forum. I can ‘t seem to get hold of anybody with the power to help – your service doesn’t provide a way to contact you other than through the clunky forum and it’s taking weeks to get any traction with my building my site due to the fact that basic features (ePanel isn’t saving my category settings, slider isn’t working at all for my projects or my posts; techs can’t seem to log-in with my information – and the log-in system is tempermental for me, as well) are non-functional for me.
I loved the functionality of the Flexible theme and wanted it for my Portfolio, but after weeks of frustration, I’m ready to ditch.
I’m sorry it’s come to the point where I to have to express my frustration publicly, but apparently you have no mechanism where the techs can communicate with each other to solve problems or escalate issues they can’t handle to ET developers who might be able to help to find the problem.
At this point, I’d appreciate someone reaching out to me to solve the issues.