35 Free User Interface Kits for Mobile and Web Designers




It’s great seeing so many graphic designers offering free web kits openly. Even 4 years ago you would have had a difficult time finding PSDs for a button set or iPhone user interface. Now there seems to be plenty of resources, almost overflowing! But there’s no complaints here.

As a digital artist I work with user interface kits on a regular basis. They speed up workflow and improve my knowledge of the graphic design trade. I am by no means an expert, but I have built plenty of UX designs and certainly recognize the power of teamwork. A while back we featured the Snow UI kit which offered some great scrollbars and buttons.

Well in this article I’ve added 35 of my favorite user interface kits from around the web. These include graphics for the mobile web such as Android, iPhone, and iPad devices. Additionally there are tons of resources for browser-based website designers. Check out the links below, and feel free to share your ideas in the discussion area.

Simple UI Elements

Wireframe Shapes

Keynote Wireframe Templates v1.1

Big Block UI

Sleek Video Player

Sqetch, an Illustrator Wireframe Toolkit

OmniGraffle Wireframe Stencils

Layered Facebook GUI PSD Kit

Flex 3 Stencil

iPhone PSD Vector Kit

iPhone GUI PSD Version 4

Fireworks Template for Android

iPad Stencil for Omnigraffle

iPhone UI Vector Elements

iPad Vector GUI Elements

Browser Form Elements PSD

Illustrator template for iPhone design

Massive Web UI & Button Set

iPhone GUI as Rich Symbols for Fireworks

Moonify UI

Clean and Sexy Form Elements

Light UI PSD

E-Commerce Steps UI

Soft UI Kit

Stylish Progress Bar

Mobility UI Set

Music Player UI

Apple iPhone 4G .PSD

Web Wireframe Kit

HTC Mondrian Concept PSD

Android Widgets

iPhone4 Retina GUI PSD

iPad Wall Presenter

Windows Vista IE Web Browser Elements

Free Button Collection

This gallery features just a handful of new user interface kits. With the increasing supply of mobile design it’s more common than ever for mockups and wireframes to include these UI elements. Let us know if you have any personal favorites, or feel free to leave your suggestions in the discussion area below.


Jake Rocheleau

About the author:

Jake is a creative designer, illustrator, and web developer. He frequently writes articles involving new-age design concepts and freelance management skills. You can find him in Google or follow his tweets @jakerocheleau

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