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UI Design Templates, Icon Sets, Mockups & Tutorials

The role of a UI designer is to create the aesthetic appearance of everything that the end-user interacts with (the UI or user interface), from designing the pages of a website to the screens of a mobile application.

Here you will find web and mobile UI kits, wireframe templates and apps, responsive web design packages, free icons, mockup templates, printable sketch sheets, UI tutorials, free fonts, and much more. Essentially, all the tools and resources to help you get started on your next web or mobile project quicker and easier. Do you need to top-up your web UI toolbox?

You might also like to browse our Free Icon Sets, Free Fonts or Wireframe archives.

Top 10 Icon Search Engines and Libraries

Finding the perfect icon for any design project can be very difficult, especially when you have to to sift through the thousands upon thousands off icon-sets that are freely available. Not only will this waste you a huge amount of productive time, actually finding the icon you need is pretty darn close to being impossible.

14 Free Mobile Application Development Icon Sets

The expectation on the apps UI design is demanding. The design has to not only be consistent with whichever mobile OS you are developing for, it also has to be distinctive enough to be unique. And yes, we do love a well designed app. In this post we are sharing 14 free mobile application development icon sets.

Freebie: Payment Method Icon Set

The Speckyboy Payment Method iconset is a collection of popular payment icons, that include: Mastercard, Visa, Paypal, Google Checkout, Check Payment and even icons for Wire-Transfers.
Not only do these icons look awesome, they are also very useful and versatile (there are eight different sizes that range from 12px all the way up to 512px).

40 Detailed and High Quality Mobile Phone .psd Source Files

.psd source files are truly amazing and unique resources – not only do they showcase the talents of the artist, but they also offer the opportunity to dig deeper and discover how they were created. They give you the chance to learn, unlike tutorials which are step-by-step, with a .psd file you roll your sleeves and you get your hands dirty delving into its inner workings.