Freebie: “Halcyon Days” One Page Website Template

A creative one page portfolio template exclusively made for Codrops readers by Peter Finlan. It's especially fitting for a portfolio or start-up website.

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Today we are happy to share a creative one page portfolio template with you.

Halcyon Days is a modern and stylish HTML5/CSS3 template with a pixel-perfect design and smooth effects. It’s especially fitting for a portfolio or start-up website, but it’s also very versatile and can be used for many other projects.

About the template

The responsive template is made with the latest web technologies and it’s build with Bootstrap, jQuery FlexSlider, Smooth Scroll, jQuery Waypoints and Animate.css.



Check out the demo of the template here: Halcyon Days Live Preview

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Use it freely but please don’t republish or redistribute the template.

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Peter Finlan

Peter's a UX lead @ Google. Crafting memorable, emotive and engaging experiences through research, testing and data science.

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  1. The portfolio reminds me of jeans with fake pockets. They look nice but when you go to use them for their intended purpose, you realize it’s not possible. Rather than displaying a fake lightbox effect, the author should have just used a plain image.

    Otherwise, a nice and simple template.

  2. Thank you for the theme, I would like to see a theme created using all of your Blueprints released so far, That would look awesome and can be used for multiple purposes.

  3. Fantastic looking theme. Well done. I’ve downloaded it to test and play around with. It should be fun.

  4. Why this Mobile Menu?! Well…. great work, great layout but i’m sad for this terrible menu 🙁