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The theme, style, or graphical design concept of the look and feel package is a [https://www.google.com/search?q=low+fidelity+wireframes+css&oq=low+fidelity+wireframes+css <span style="color: cyan;">low fidelity wireframe mock</span>], filled with active working content instead of crossed out static images.
 
The theme, style, or graphical design concept of the look and feel package is a [https://www.google.com/search?q=low+fidelity+wireframes+css&oq=low+fidelity+wireframes+css <span style="color: cyan;">low fidelity wireframe mock</span>], filled with active working content instead of crossed out static images.
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tl;dr ...

The software product engineering line

Software we build for consumer use, as opposed to systems software, is considered to be a part of software product engineering line with this brand name. The style is "tl" followed by colon, dash, or semicolon, followed by a square bracketed specific product name.

The Look and Feel of the apps in the line

The theme, style, or graphical design concept of the look and feel package is a low fidelity wireframe mock, filled with active working content instead of crossed out static images.

Essentially it is a full design package based on the low fidelity wireframe.