When you're building a website, you often don't have time to create unique, custom user-interface elements such as buttons and arrows. There are tons of great sets to download online - and some of them are even free. But finding the best ones amongst all the mediocre takes time in itself, bringing you back to square one.
So to help you out, here we bring together five of the best UI sets to download for free. Enjoy!
01. Free web user interface kit (opens in new tab)
This UI kit is packed with all the elements you would need for a website, from menus to checkboxes, progress bars and sliders, tooltips and many more. Extremely useful for when you're getting started with a new website design.
02. Freebie PSD: Flat UI Kit 2 (opens in new tab)
Want to make you publishing platform more attractive? Check out this flat UI kit that includes a free PSD specifically designed for blogs. Free to download and use in any type of project, whether personal or commercial.
03. UI Kit (Free PSD) (opens in new tab)
A simple and beautifully balanced UI kit that you can use to create a stunning user interface design for your site or blog.
04. Minimize UI Kit (opens in new tab)
Minimize is a very clean UI kit that can be a great starting point for when you're creating your own or your clients' UI. Available to download in a single PSD which means you can easily resize the elements to fit your needs.
05. Flat/Skeuomorphic UI Kit (opens in new tab)
Kick-start your user interface design with this complete UI kit. It comes in two versions: skeuomorphic and flat, so whatever style fits your project, you’ll be able to get started with one of these two. The kit is free to download and use in both personal and commercial projects.
Words: Rahul Mistry (opens in new tab)
Rahul Mistry is an avid design enthusiast and content writer for domain name registration specialists www.123-reg.co.uk.
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What other high quality UI kits have you discovered? Or have you created your own that you would like to share? Go ahead and share them with us in the comments below.