Social apps usually include a page for updating user settings. Profile info can be changed along with photos, connections, and updates on site news. I took this UI archteype and recreated a layout for iPhone 6 designers. This iOS 8 settings app includes scalable icons and vector UI elements. It’s 100% free to download and […]
Mobile smartphone audio players have taken the role of traditional iPods. Nowadays there are so many streaming services that app developers can barely keep up with everything. But whether you’re designing a custom audio player or a popular startup application, digital interface design is a crucial step in the process. I’ve put together a conceptualized […]
Cloud storage is one of the fastest growing markets for new web applications. Smartphones like the iPhone allow users to take their cloud storage on the go with ease. Following all this popularity I’ve created an exclusive DesignMag PSD freebie for a cloud storage iPhone application named CloudyApp. This PSD is completely free to download […]
Mobile apps have become a profitable area for modern interface designers. Apple’s iPhone 6 has certainly built a reputation for quality apps, dense pixels, and beautiful design aesthetics. Following Apple’s iOS 8 guidelines I’ve released this DesignMag exclusive freebie PSD featuring an iPhone 6 clothing store app UI.
Mobile app freebies are the perfect resources for learning about design & they can serve as great templates for customizing your own ideas in Photoshop. This PSD is 100% free to download and customize for use in any project whether personal or commercial.
The PSD document was made to fit iPhone 6 retina screens(750×1334). All of the buttons, boxes, and icons have been created as vector shapes which can be resized and customized to your liking. Scroll down further to check out a fullsize preview and to download a copy of the PSD for yourself.
Do you love building mobile apps and working with pretty pixels? Are you an Apple fan who also enjoys free design resources? Assuming you answered yes to these rhetorical questions, you’re gonna love this new freebie released exclusively on DesignMag. This free iOS 8 IM/Chat Application follows the iPhone 6 screen dimensions and design guidelines. The PSD is completely free to download and edit for any project, personal or otherwise.
All of the icons are vector-based which means they’re scalable to any size. Plus you can edit the vector paths to reshape everything! The fonts are all typical Apple fonts along with the Google Webfont Montserrat. Everything in this PSD is flexible and really easy to customize. Scroll down to check out the fullsize preview(750×1334 retina).
To-do list apps are very popular because of their pragmatic application to everyday life. They’re also fun to build and design offering plenty of room for ingenuity. So for my love of task management I created this free iOS 8 mobile app UI PSD exclusive to DesignM.ag readers. It focuses on a clean user experience with simple iOS 8 line icons. The design utilizes a dark color scheme to deviate from other common task management applications.
The freebie was created giving prominence to the simple flat design style of iOS 8. It uses a tab bar along with some basic icons in the header section. I chose a dark interface because it seems easier on the eyes with a more comfortable level of contrast. All of the elements are editable and free to manipulate at your whim.
There are now more app developers than we have ever seen in the short history of smartphone devices. Google’s newest Android OS coupled with Apple’s advancing technology makes for a force to be reckoned with. Although mobile interfaces can borrow traits from the web, they can’t be perfectly emulated because mobile apps rely on touch-based interactions.
I want to share a few mobile interface patterns to help designers craft purposeful applications that run smooth and behave as expected. This is no easy task and it requires a lot of practice to figure out the best methods for any individual application. But I suggest looking for these interfaces in other applications to determine how they feel and behave on a typical device.
Microsoft is one of the few software companies yet to release a series of official iOS applications. Since mobile app design is so popular it seems like a fantastic idea.
In a recent tutorial I covered the process of designing small buttons for an older iOS6 app interface. This was based off the Microsoft Word UI created by Victor Erixon. It’s a great concept but also somewhat dated in the current realm of flat iOS7-iOS8 interfaces.