Kevin Naismith has put in some serious work into this free UI and Wireframing kit for Adobe XD!
“This is an early version of what a native content, native commerce platform might look like but it is by no means a “finished product”. It’s simply one man’s interpretation. The goal of making this file was to offer a perspective and, hopefully, inspire others to offer their own.
I hope that you’ll find the work thoughtfully designed with lots of room for improvement. My design philosophy is simple: keep it clean, make it functional and get out of the way. I believe this file to be a step in the right direction but, believe me, it only gets more complicated from here.
As we build, scale and grow the Boovi platform we’re going to uncover issues that we haven’t even considered and, as such, it will take the strength of a community to make sure our platform is one everyone can enjoy.
If you’re a designer, UX architect, UI guru or just have a passion for interfaces and experiences I hope you’ll help however you can. If not, I hope you will enjoy what we build.”
The source .xd file is free to download from Kevin’s Dribbble page.
4ocal is a premium web UI kit for Adobe XD created by our friend Iris Liu, an Independent full stack designer from Beijing, China.
4ocal is perfect for your business presentation and promotion. It includes more than 260 elaborate UI templates split into 22 categories and 10 pre-built landing pages. Each templates is fully customizable, easy to use and carefully assembled with Adobe XD.
Here is a set of 20 beautiful e-commerce related vector icons designed by the super talented guys at Inipagi Studio, from Indonesia.
This is a perfect free asset for your App or Web design. All icons have been imported from svg format into a unique .xd file to make it easy to use for all Adobe XD users.
This set is carefully crafted in filled-line style and it is very easy to resize and customize.
You can also follow Inipagi Studio on their Instagram profile
Today we have a fantastic freebie by Edwin Delgado, a San Francisco based Product Designer and Adobe XD power-user who decided to come up with an entire collaboration app made of 10 different screens, available for anyone to download for free.
Quoting him: “I did this in one sitting, so please note that even if it’s a simple collaboration app, I didn’t really go all-out thinking about all of the use-cases to improve the UX haha enjoy!”
Thanks Edwin for giving back to the XD community!