Mobile apps and sites have unique UI design requirements because, compared to their desktop counterparts, they’re used in smaller screens and, at least with today’s modern mobile devices, rely on fingers instead of a keyboard and mouse as input mechanisms. - Mobile App Interface Design
Whether you’re redesigning an existing app or creating a new one, consider approaching the job in the way that Apple approached the redesign of the built-in apps: - Designing for iOS
- First, strip away the UI to expose the app’s core functionality and reaffirm its relevance.
- Next, use the themes of iOS 7 to inform the design of the UI and the user experience. Restore details and embellishments with care and never gratuitously.
- Throughout, be prepared to defy precedent, question assumptions, and let a focus on content and functionality motivate every design decision.
Some of the best web and mobile app designs have a very limited colour range. Two or three colours can be more than enough, and I find that a restrained approach to colour works especially well on de-cluttered interfaces. - Minimal mobile UI design
This flat Keitai Mobile UI Kit iOS contains various widgets and block design elements for mobile apps projects. Included is a Launch View, Popover, Alert, Icon Notifications, Switch Off, Switch On, Slider, Page Control, Various Form Elements and more. In the pack you will find a well organised .psd file consisting entirely of vector shape and text layers
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