Posts Tagged ‘UI’

Icons are one of the main elements of any web design. You need an icon to make your user navigate your website, buy something, like something, share something and so forth. Creating icons for every single project may be a challenge, this is why is always good to see what you can find on the web to make your life easier. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Flatic is a pretty big and free user interface kit that follows the flat design approach.

    It includes almost any type popular UI elements from navigation to forms, pricing tables, datagrid and much more.

    There are also many icons that go well with the kit and it comes as a fully editable PSD file.

    Flatic UI Kit

    Brick is a pack of reusable UI components, created by Mozilla, that uses custom HTML tags via “Web Components (a presentation about it and an article)”.

    It aims to provide a consistent experience on desktop + mobile and an easier/friendlier usage (compared to standard JS plugins).

    Brick UI Components By Mozillla

    Currently, Brick has thirteen different tags (components) like “calendar, tooltip, slider and more“.

    They can be downloaded as a complete library or separately instead of a single bundle.

    Brick is very well-documented, has lots of examples and still in beta. Check this Mozilla article to read more about it.

    Once, CSS galleries were so much popular and any web designer hunting for inspiration were visiting them regularly.

    They are still handy to find exciting stuff quickly (Dribbble and Behance help a lot too).

    Similar galleries exist when it comes to mobile app design and I believe they are even more useful. That’s because “it is harder to get mobile app inspiration without installing + using them which takes more time + effort“.

    These 12 galleries list beautiful app UIs, categorize them nicely and some of them also lists them by patterns:

    Lovely UI


    Mobile Patterns



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  • User interface kits simplify creating good looking designs with less effort both for designers and (mostly) non-designers.

    MightyDeals is now running a deal that would help anyone working on an e-commerce project.

    The deal is for an e-commerce UI kit, KaredockPro, which includes many design elements (200 elements) regarding an e-shop.

    KaredockPro: E-commerce UI Kit

    This kit comes as a completely customizable PSD file, they are all vector shapes so that they can be resized without loss of quality and has 2 versions (light + dark).

    KaredockPro is created by Tokokoo which is mosyly known with their WordPress e-commerce themes and has items like: pricing tables, avatars, tabs, sliders, map, paginations, ribbons, badges, contact forms, buttons, graphs, and much more.

    P.S. The kit is normally priced $19 but offered for $9.