Freebie: “Dropcast” Website Template (HTML, Sketch)

Dropcast is a responsive HTML/CSS/Javascript template, comes with Sketch files and a fully working site with SCSS. It works very well for podcasts landing pages or blogs, and can be easily customized.

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Today we’re thrilled to share another modern, responsive HTML template for podcasts with you.

Dropcast is a responsive HTML/CSS/Javascript template which comes with Sketch files and a fully working site with SCSS. It has two page templates and it works very well for podcasts landing pages or blogs. You can easily customize the style.

You can use Dropcast freely for your personal project or commercially, for your client work.

Live demo

Check out the live demo: Dropcast Live Preview

Download the template for free:

You can download the ZIP file of the template and the design file here:

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

We hope you enjoy this freebie and find it useful!

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  1. I like the mobile design but I’m not a huge fan of the desktop look… Anyway, it’s a good source of inspiration, thanks for sharing !

  2. I love it! The small details make it so warm and endearing.
    I just wish that the Sketch files were available in a previous version. I can’t open it with mine 🙁

  3. Looks cool but the UX is awful, found the navigation really confusing, still not exactly sure if there is any….

  4. I agree that the mobile design is also better than the desktop version. But that is just my humble opinion