Another fantastic Premium UI kit designed by Nick Parker.
Trio is a carefully crafted and easy to use landing page builder. It includes must have UI components for those designers who want to speed up their workflow and productivity.
It consists of 9 categories, 160+ screens and 700+ elements. It’s built using a Bootstrap grid, it has 3 color versions, vector shapes and Google fonts. It will be a great help in creating landing pages for creative teams, apps and products.
Here’s a great Premium UI kit designed by our friend Nick Parker, a very talented UI/UX designer from Moscow, Russia.
“Dreamy” is one of the very first UI kits ever made for Adobe XD and consists of 120+ components and 700+ elements, divided by 8 categories.
It features a bootstrap grid, trending colors, vector shapes and Google fonts, and it will help you creating modern web projects such as a blog or an e-commerce website.
Hooked is a mobile UI kit for Adobe XD, completely free and created by XDGuru.com
In the past few months we have used Adobe XD quite a lot, and thought it would be cool to create a little free UI kit for the newborn Adobe XD community.
Hooked is made of 14 cool looking screens, all forming a fun, colourful and “mobile-dating-inspired” app.
Here’s a truly beautiful piece of work designed with Adobe XD by San Francisco designer Dann Petty and used in the 2016 Adobe Max’s keynote presentation of Adobe XD.
It’s a mix of mobile, desktop and tablet screens, and a great resource for those wanting to learn more about Adobe XD and what can be achieved with it.
A few days ago Facebook released an iOS 10 UI kit for several design tools, including Adobe XD.
This free UI kit is a pretty impressive collection of UI mobile elements included in the latest iOS release, for iPhone. This can be extremely useful if you want to learn in detail how Apple designed its new OS, or if you just want to use some native elements in your design projects.
It can be downloaded for free from the Facebook.design website.
In our first Adobe XD tutorial we designed two clean and simple iOS permission screens.
You generally see this sort of screens when installing new apps.. often app developers ask your permission to use your GPS location, your camera or to send you push notifications, before showing you the native iOS prompt.
You can download the Adobe XD source file for free.