10 Awesome UI Kits You Have To Check Out
The UI design is what makes or breaks a website or an application. Get it right, and the audience (and that includes potential clients) will fall in love with you. You can’t skate on the looks alone though, and therefore the UI has to be functional and intuitive. Below you can find 10 great UI kits that score 10/10 both in terms of aesthetics, and functionality:
1. Basiliq UI Kit
UI that resembles hand drawing. The combination of the popular minimalistic trends with imperfect shapes is what makes this UI so successful. It connected especially well with the younger audience.
2. Harmony UI Kit
The recurring trend of combining gradients with slightly vibrant, pastel colours. It results with a harmonious, pleasant final effect – hence the name, Harmony kit.
3. Memory Aero UI Kit
Similar in concept to the Harmony UI kit, the Memory Aero kit is somewhat darker and more dramatic. Of course, that doesn’t take away from its charm!
4. EventPro UI Kit
EventPro is soft on the eye UI kit that combines darker shades with their lighter counterparts. It’s exceptionally good for data presentation.
5. Clean White UI Kit
A very elegant, minimalistic UI kit, which embodies everything that modern graphic designs are all about, from the choice of colours to layout.
6. LiquidPro UI Kit
The timeless appeal of the dark-and-white combination. It’s a perfect example of how a successful combination of Flat Design with light gradients should look like.
It comes with mockups which can be helpful for creating a project’s presentation, or other purposes.
7. Flat Transparent UI Kit
Simple yet effective Flat Design with ethereal, transparent elements.
8. Food Drink UI Kit
A perfect UI kit for all kinds of food-related apps and websites, such as restaurants or culinary blogs.
9. Stark UI Kit
A well-developed, complete UI kit which includes lots of components and elements. It’s recommended for complicated, diverse projects.
10. SmoothBerry UI Kit
UI kit that’s been created with the use of pleasant, pastel colours. It kind of refers to the 60’s and therefore is great for websites that are supposed to have a retro, “hip” vibe.