Another amazing mobile UI kit designed by the guys at Evatheme.com.
This kit includes 20 high-quality walkthrough screens which you can use in your next mobile app project. These are particularly useful for onboarding new users and if you want to explain your users how your app works after they download it.
Original designs, beautiful colors, clear typography.
All elements included are vectors, easy to modify and adapt to any size.
Besides working as a freelance UI/UX designer, I really enjoy teaching other people the skills I acquired over my years of design experience. This is one of the reasons why I created XDGuru in the first place, which actually started as a Youtube Channel with video tutorials for Adobe XD, and then developed into a full website for Adobe XD resources.
So a few months ago I decided to pour all my XD knowledge into a video course.
The result is a 2 hours long Adobe XD course packed with useful tips, design techniques and best practices.
I wanted to create something very practical, with a learn-by-doing approach and real world scenarios, so in this course I am teaching how to design and prototype a great looking mobile app made of 7 different screens. Yes, you will be able to learn Adobe XD while designing a real app from scratch!
As you can see from the screenshot above, this XD course is hosted on Udemy.com, and I am actually surprised by the kind of positive feedback I got from it so far!
In just a few months, more than 1000 students took the course and it received 150 reviews with an overall 4.7 rating.
Knowing that my students appreciate what I am teaching is an amazing feeling, and I’d love XDGuru’s readers to have a go at this course too.
So if this sounds interesting, click on this button to check out the course’s content, to watch a free preview and to get a very special price for XDGuru’s readers only:
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!”