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Extremely Helpful Free Starter Kits For Web Designers

 

Every designer needs a starter kit containing useful tools and resources. Designer’s starter kits are extremely helpful in creating mock-ups for the future projects and are a great time-saver. The elements of these starter kits can vary from buttons to check-boxes and from tabs to dropdown menu.

Here, we have collected some cool starter kits that every web designer must have. These kits are free to download and customize. We hope you like this collection and find it useful for you. Enjoy!

Showcase Gallery

Showcase Gallery is the perfect starting place for a sleek gallery website or to display your portfolio work. This download includes a well organized PSD file.

Apple Style Navigation Menu

Clean ready to use Web navigation menu. The used font is Lucida Sans. Menu comes in three flavors!

iUnits

iUnits is a PSD containing icon designs for the Apple iPhone, iPad, and Nano. Each icon is fully layered and customizable.

Free psd Calendar mockup

Simple, clean calendar mockup. The download contains a layered PSD resource file. The used font is Lucida Sans.

Big Block UI

Big Block UI is a fresh take on common user interface elements. The PSD is well organized and colors can easily be changed.

Free PSD Progress Tracker Bars

This set contains 5 Progress Tracker Bars.

Simple UI Elements

Simple UI Elements is a clean, well organized PSD file containing common user interface elements for web and app designs.

Small Blue UI Kit

A small ui kit, made in blue color. Here you have a limit selector, toggle, buttons, loading bar.

Sleek UI Elements

Whether you’re creating a website or mobile app, well designed UI elements are key to a good user experience. This PSD contains a number of useful elements in a modern, sleek style.

Dark Clean Forms Collection

Beautifully designed Dark Clean Forms Collection.

Black UI Kit

Up for grabs is a free PSD UI kit designed by Alex Patrascu. The file is fully layered and very well organized to make it easy to work with. Alex did a fantastic job of including a lot of the common elements needed when designing a website or app.

Simple To-Do List

Here is a simple to-do list with a nice clean design and is easily editable.

PSD Layout for Flash / JavaScript Gallery

Ready to use design for Flash or Javascript Gallery. Replace the text, place your own graphics and enjoy.

Free PSD Media Player

The psd file contains media player elements in 3 different flavors.

TRAK

Provides a set of shapes (stereotypes) and connectors to enable architecture description views to be produced using the open source TRAK enterprise architecture framework.

3 Different Styles of Notification Boxes

This set contains 3 Different Styles of Notification Boxes.

Functional Buttons

Ready to use free set of functional buttons. Colors are easy to adjust using Adobe Photoshop.

Slider Boxes

This set contains three web 2.0 styled slider boxes.

Mac OS X Interface 2

Leopardy interface stencil kit. This one makes extensive use of tables, for maximum flexibility while maintaining pixel precision.

6 Free Preview Slider Templates

This set contains 6 Free Preview Slider Templates

3 Shadow Pockets

This set conttains 3 beautifully designed Shadow Pockets.

Free PSD Menu Template

It’s modern, clean and aesthetically pleasing. I wanted to put my spin on it. Something quick, easy yet elegant and fun. Hopefully you can use for a possible business project or client.

Wireframe Magnets

This DIY magnet template is based on the Konigi wireframe stencils and includes 3 sheets of elements that might be useful in whiteboard prototyping.

Free PSD Share Button Kit

This is “Tell yoru Friends” Bar for your webpage. 3 different style. Dark and light background, dark and light Bar, Fully editable PSD layers with Shapes-Text-Mask. Fully Scalable.

Lion UI Kit

Lion UI Kit is a handy PSD mockup tool with fully layered and editable elements from the latest OS X operating system.

Interactive Sketching Notation 1.1

The latest Interactive Sketching Notation (version 1.1) stencil for OmniGraffle.

Blaubarry UI Kit

Blaubarry UI Kit is a PSD full of useful buttons, sliders, scrollbars, and form elements. The file makes use of shape layers for easy editing and resizing.

Solid UI Kit

Solid UI Kit is a fresh design created by Alvin Thong from Sixbase. The download includes a well organized, easily editable PSD file.

Eclipse GUI Design

Widgets for Eclipse and Mac OS X

Watchguard

This is another Visio stencil converted to .gstencil. This includes several Watchguard security appliance/firewall objects.

Web Sketch Cursors

CSS3 Compliant cursors in a “sketch” style, for mocking up web UX designs. Includes: default, crosshair, pointer, move, text, wait, help, progress, not allowed, vertical text, and several resize arrows.

Minimalistic UI kit the color Google

Do you like google plus? Maybe for his services? Maybe for its interface? And maybe even for something?

GMUI_SlixUI

“Slix UI” controls is a set made to make Web & App designers’ lives much easier. It was mainly designed to be used in Apps, but it can just as easily be used in the web . It gives you ready to use solutions for huge part of the most stuff you need to build an interface.

Simple UI element pack

Simple UI element pack, free for use! enjoy!

Wireframe Magnets

This DIY magnet template is based on the Konigi wireframe stencils and includes 3 sheets of elements that might be useful in whiteboard prototyping. Simply download and print the PDFs onto magnet sheets, optionally laminate them if you intend to use with dry-erase markers, and finally cut them out.

Facebook Applications

A pretty sizable collection of Facebook related elements to use in creating wireframes for Facebook applications.

Extremely Helpful Free Starter Kits For Web Designers
Akhter
Tue, 04 Oct 2011 14:06:22 GMT

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