Giveaway: 10 Licenses to Jumpeye Responsive Grid Framework

Nov 20 2012 by Jacob Gube | 35 Comments

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We’ve teamed up with the creators of Jumpeye framework, a responsive web design framework, to give out 10 commercial licenses to their wonderful product. The commercial license featured in this giveaway costs $99 and can be used in up to 100 domains. Read on to see how you can be one of the winners.

** Update: Giveaway Period Has Ended **

About Jumpeye Framework

Jumpeye Framework

Jumpeye framework is an HTML/CSS/JS framework with a responsive, fluid grid system.

The framework includes a CSS layout grid and a huge set of stylish responsive UI elements (e.g. alerts, buttons, drop-down menus, tabs, panels, tooltips, tables, forms and more). It also has two responsive JavaScript components (a photo gallery and an image/content slider).

The default grid is a 12-column, 940px-wide grid. A web-based grid editor is available for customizing the structure of the grid. In addition, each UI element has more ready-made CSS styles/classes that can be used as skins.

The framework is compatible with all major web browsers and platforms.

Download Jumpeye Framework for Free!

Jumpeye framework has a free version that’s fully functional but has a watermark. The watermark can be removed by purchasing a license later on.

You can download the Jumpeye framework here.

** Update: Giveaway Period Has Ended **

How to Win

For a chance to win a license to Jumpeye framework, please answer the following question in the comments:

  • How will you use the Jumpeye framework?

Tip: To help you answer the question effectively, browse through the Jumpeye framework website.

Giveaway Details

This giveaway ends on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 after which the comments section on this post will be closed and you will no longer be able to leave a comment. Please leave a valid email address when filling out the comment form so that we can contact you if you’ve won. Please only comment once. The winners will be randomly selected using the same method as previous Six Revisions giveaways. The winners will be announced on a separate post and you’re advised to subscribe to our RSS feed so that you can be quickly notified when the winners announcement post has been published. Please note that comments are moderated and so your comment may not show up right away. Please also note that comments that do not follow the instructions on how to participate (described above) may not be published, or may be removed later on.

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Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and also a book author. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter: @sixrevisions.


Bogdan Teodoru

November 21st, 2012

The look and feel of the framework can be easily used in creating some cool mobile themes so might guess is that I’ll be using it there.


November 21st, 2012

I would most likely use this to compare it to Bootstrap or Foundation.


November 21st, 2012

Certainly looks very interesting and worth trying! Although there are quite a few frameworks around, this one looks neat, tidy and fairly simple. Pity only that the website doesn’t show any example sites built using the framework, but maybe its just too new yet. I’d love to have a go and use it for my next client projects!

Ivan Zidarov

November 21st, 2012

First let’s ;earn and then we’ll see

Annamalai Nagappan

November 21st, 2012

I will use the framework to create responsive templates that work for all devices.

doar mido

November 22nd, 2012

This looks cool.

doar mido

November 22nd, 2012

Very Cool this site is the go to information source for improving and learning about web design for me.


November 22nd, 2012

I will try to use Jumpeye framework in order to deliver best user experience for our websites than I do now. There is a growing demand for high end responsive websites written in HTML5/javascript – and this is something I do and love to do. I expect, that my customers will be impressed with solution based on Jumpeye framework (As I was), thus If 99 impressed new customers recommend 100 in addition – I will surely purchase another license for 100 new domains :)

N.B. At present moment I use twitter bootstrap & Foundation CSS frameworks

Cathie Heart

November 22nd, 2012

Hey there, I’m rebranding and redoing my design business and rapidly learning the responsive design structures so that I can offer it in my business upgrade I’m doing. Jumpeye’s framework along with WordPress will help me keep an edge of making this thought a reality: ‘good design is good business and works everywhere’. *Fingers crossed I win*

pablo luis rey

November 22nd, 2012

certalnly I will use the editor… i will try to find grids that fit what I am looking for each design

Alex Corvin

November 22nd, 2012

I would use it to learn more about WordPress theme development and I’d use it to create a beautiful theme for my girlfriend’s jewelry website :D

sandy ardiansyah

November 23rd, 2012

Since the Jumpeye framework is a complete framework, I will love to use it on my next web design project. Its support for responsive design, a full set ui elements and component will help me a lot and save my time.


November 23rd, 2012

I would use the jumpeye framework to use as a stable consistant template for when creating new designs for clients.


November 23rd, 2012

I would use Jumpeye to improve my clients’ perception as regards to the freshness and up-to-date of the websites I made for them, in a snap.

Colin Pritchard

November 23rd, 2012

I’ll use the Jumpeye framework to not only rebuild my own web site and make it responsive but also deliver some excellent sites for my clients!

Ankur Gupta

November 23rd, 2012

I am a web designer, I often get projects on WordPress. I will use this framework to create responsive website design.

I also get projects on web application development. I will use this framework to create cross platform web applications. So that my clients can use the application from and tablets too.

Rahul Joshi

November 24th, 2012

This is a cool giveaway… will be using this on my personal portfolio website.

Rohit Jain

November 24th, 2012

First of all, WOW… I just checked out the Jumpeye framework and was totally blown by the vibrant use of the layout including the buttons, grids and other elements… Plus its responsive… Simply Superb!!!
If I win this giveaway, I would use this framework for designing responsive sites that are appealing in a systematic and stylish way.

P.S. : I really like the fluidity of the framework.


November 24th, 2012

Hi, Use Ivory Framework… It is much more better than all other frameworks. It has very excellent features like fluid width, responsive, light weight, customized grid width, Easy to use and finally easily adoptable components. or


November 24th, 2012

I’d like to rebuild a homepage for boyscouts for to help them to stay up to date and a responsive framework would be amazing.


November 24th, 2012

How will you use the Jumpeye framework?
Use stunning UI elements with ready-made CSS styles


November 25th, 2012

I’ve been learn PSD 2 HTML/CSS & JS/jQuery for about 6mths now (have 9yrs+ in the old ways of HTML so updating my learning curve to adjust with the times of CSS2/CSS3/HTML5) & have been reading alot about Fluid Grid systems in current trending topics. Having failed somewhat to get my old habits of PSD 2 HTML (Tables) out of my system I tried a 960 Grid system & it has a minor learning curve & easy to pick up on & advance frequently.
After reading up on the JUMPEYE Framework website thoroughly I think this has all points covered with specific elements & coding to make it an actual Framework and the basics are taken care of when committing to a coded framework using multiple coding lanuages & techniques to guide the user. Can’t Wait To Use It. Hope I Snag a Copy, blew my funds on a some other Coding necessities this quarter.
Good Luck All & Thanks for the Opportunity.


Jeff P.

November 25th, 2012

For my classic car blog.


November 25th, 2012

I’am a web-developer and I intend to use it for my future projects. This framework is really cool btw!

Tamara Zivkovic

November 25th, 2012

Jumpeye Framework would be very useful for the project I am currently working on.


November 26th, 2012

Would love to get my head into the responsive space. Jumpeye framework would give me a great platform to start working on and would help me get my knowledge up to scratch.

Peter Steven

November 26th, 2012

It looks an awsome framework to start implementing responsive designs, i would give it a go!!!


November 26th, 2012

I will use this framework to create responsive web design.

Matt Mahder

November 26th, 2012

This looks awesome! I’ve been needing something like this.


November 26th, 2012

As a fan of Jumpeye since day one I would definitely use the framework for all my responsive development and mobile / tablet sites I have planned for 2013. I love the editor for creating prototypes and templates and the UI elements with ready-made CSS styles will save me time and ensure my projects are delivered on time. Got my fingers crossed.


November 26th, 2012

This framework will speed the proccess of building adaptive web sites for my clients, which we all know is a must. What I like about this framework is that it’s quite simple to use.


November 26th, 2012

I would love to use it for future projects I have.


November 27th, 2012

I think it’s time to create a responsive website, this framework will help me.


November 27th, 2012

I would use it to convert a few of my previous websites to be responsive. This will help me update designs without a designer. :)

Julia Howard

November 27th, 2012

As a freelance website designer who specializes in RWD every well designed responsive framework saves a tremendous amount of time. This looks to be a really, really good one. I’d love to put it to good use. I especially liked the online grid editor, the menus work great (tested on iphone and ipad), and the beautifully styled cross-browser form fields would save my sanity.