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Today’s freebie is a set of sleek web/UI elements that you can use to rapidly create a website mockup or application interface. The sleekness of the dark elements combined with the blue neon glow makes these elements a great choice for any technology oriented site. This set was created by Mateusz Przegiętka, also known as Shegy, who is a 26 years old freelance web designer from Warsaw, Poland. He specializes in website design and interface design with 5 years of experience under his belt. He spends most of his time making PSD and HTML/CSS templates on Themeforest.net. He also runs a web design related blog – PSDchest.com – where he shares some freebies with other designers.
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