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kevinhamil says

I have a few items on GraphicRiver, but I wanted to expand into PSD Templates on TF. In order to provide responsive layout templates, what are best practices to get the buyer the most efficient files? Do you just do all separate PSD files for each layout size? Do you just do 3 sizes typically (ie. desktop, tablet, and mobile)?

I didn’t see anything about responsive design PSD templates in Support Center, or in a quick forum search. Thanks for any feedback.

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manuelvega says

Usually the people who design PSD templates not include responsive size files , but lately I’ve noticed that some people do , and is a very good feature for customers .
I think that just name the files would be nice , for example index_mobile.psd , index_desktop.psd , etc . I think this could be a good practice but i dont know .

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kevinhamil says

I guess I’m just curious from those who do provide responsive layouts in their PSD files, what they say. It seems to be a trend now and certainly I can see how it benefits buyers.. so if there are some standards to stick by, then I want to be sure to follow suit.

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