Good web design now-a-days entails simplicity , a great UI and responsiveness. The era of ‘over-designed’ sites has come to an end with the evolution of the Web- and Designers are now more focused on producing and creating more simplified designed-websites. Gone are the overly decorated elements such as excessive gradients, shiny images, shadows and everything else which overshadowed the actual content.
Having a more simplistic design based approach toward an overall web-design allows for the ‘content’ to shine through – and after all, isnt that what its all about- Content over Design? However- being able to incorporate both a great design and content equals a win-win situation.
The first thing which a user is basically impressed by when landing on a website is the Graphic Interface. Being able to have a clean interface is one of the most pivotal and fundamental key aspects within being able to guide the end-user directly to the content by which to meet their expectations.
Good interface and graphic design must be consistent and be capable of making a website easier to understand and navigate through.
Offering Designers a set of editable UI & Graphic elements is essential for their design arsenal by which to enable them in creating fast layouts and prototypes for their projects. We have collected 25 of the most beautiful and Free UI kits & Graphic Design elements available on the Web and present them to you in this post. We hope you find them useful.
1. Modern UI Kit
Modern UI Kit is a simple, elegant and free modern user interface pack available as a free PSD download under MIT licence. Modern UI Kit is a large user interface kit containing hundreds of ui elements, which will help you design nice user interface in Photoshop with ease. They are designed in vector, so that you can resize them as you like.
3. Foundation UI Kit
4. Bootstrap Based UI Kit
5. Just Another UI Kit
Just another UI Kit is a simple, flat and free mobile / web UI kit avilable as a free PSD under MIT license. There are no restrictions for either personal or commercial use. Basically, you can do whatever you want with it.
6. Flatastic Mobile UI Kits
Flatastic Mobile UI Kit is a large user interface kit containing hundreds of mobile ui elements, which will help you design mobile user interface in Photoshop with ease. There are sets of icons, and actions have been included in the kit. The package includes more than 100 elements. It supports both Standard and Retina Display.
7. Bootstrap 3 UI Kit
Bootstrap 3 Vector UI Kit contains all Twitter Bootstrap 3 UI controls in vector format, Glyphicons that come with Bootstrap and lots of bonus UI elements that are perfect for mockuping control and admin panels.
8. Futurico UI HTML Edition
9. Metro CSS UI Style
10. Morph Free UI Kit
11. Flat UI
12. Flat UI Kit
13. UI Kit
UIkit is a light-weight and modular frontend framework that lets you develop fast and powerful web interfaces. It includes over 30 modular and extendible components, which can be combined with each other.
14. Get Shit Done Kit
Free Bootstrap 3 UI Kit, the best starting point for any online project you are building. It magically offers responsive design and easy to use elements. It has became a trademark for the online community of a clean and nice looking interface.
15. Flatic UI Kit
17. Pixelkit Bootstrap UI Kits
Ink is a set of tools for quick development of web interfaces. It offers a fluid and responsive grid, common interface elements, interactive components, a design-first approach with ease of use and simplicity at its core.
19. Almost Flat UI
20. YAUI Kit v2
21. Flat Admin UI Kit
22. Light Flat UI Kit
23. Flat UI Kit
24. Minimal UI Kit
25. WebUI CSS Kit
Metro style and semi-flat design are all the rage nowadays. Gumby 2’s UI kit embraces the latest design trends and allows you to pick and choose, or even mix flat design with more graduated design styles.
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