Free UI Kits
When you’re building a website or a user interface, it is important to have a consistent look. A cohesive design is all about unity, so a good way to ensure this is to use or create a unified UI kit. Designers have been creating these for a few years now, so there are hundreds, if not thousands of free UI kits on the web. I put together a collection of the best free UI kits you can use for your web design and user interface projects. Scroll down and add these free UI kits to your collection.
A great selection of UI elements, this UI kit is detailed and highly accurate. The app icons look great in this kit.
Want to create your own dashboard user interface? This UI kit will help you create a streamlined, beautiful dashboard area.
Create a sleek and sophisticated login screen for any iOS app. Features include a full keyboard and simple, flat buttons.
Re is simplified UI kit that you could use to create any mobile user interface.
Need to develop a widget area for your app or website? Use this UI kit to streamline the look of your widgets.
When minimal isn’t enough, try super-minimal! This UI kit is great for calendar or scheduling apps and features all of the elements you’ll need to get the job done.
A fun, colorful UI kit you’ll use to create fun apps for people of all ages.
The Cloudy UI kit is a subtle UI kit with soft gradients and subtle shadows. I like it when free UI kits feature the regular and active states for different elements.
I love the rich, dark mood of the purple UI kit. Subtle highlights and deep shadows give this UI kit a dramatic look.
I love how the dark background and shadows of this UI kit are balanced with the bright orange of different elements. The bright orange really stands out against the dark background, but you could change it to any color you want.
You can create a beautiful user interface with this UI kit. With different states for each element, the soft shadows and subtle highlights add a touch of realism to these elements.
With a flatter look, Heavenly would be a nice UI kit for any app.
I like the bright colors and useful elements from this UI Kit. You could use this for a media player, or a user interface with different controls.
Want to create a chat app? Use this UI kit to create one for OSX. it includes all of the elements you’ll ever need.
Midnight is a great starter UI Kit you could use as a base for creating your own. You can choose your base colors, and then apply them to different elements throughout your project.
Transparent is a UI Kit that would look great over a colorful image. The whole concept behind this one is that it is semi-transparent, so the background will show through.
The Fresh UI Kit uses strong shadows and highlights to add dimension to any user interface. If you combined these elements with a splash of color, you’d have an interface that gets a lot of attention.
Aresio features simple user interface elements that use shadows and borders to emphasize boundaries. Each element has a grooved edge and subtle highlights.
The mega UI pack features a variety of user interface elements, all which have elements of dimension applied to them. The buttons have a raised appearance, and the background is textured, adding to the contrast between elements.
Minimize has simple UI elements you’d find in most user interfaces. When you want a simple UI kit with no frills, Minimize is a good choice.
Want to create an Instagram inspired user interface? Use this UI Kit to help you get started.
The Le UI kit is a mini UI kit that would be useful for an app related to rating items. I like the bright peach color in contrast to the dark background.
UI is a nice UI kit featuring buttons and sliders for any typical user interface. I like the subtle highlight on the active drop-down menu. I also like the colored numeric notifications on the menu buttons.
The electric UI kit features a lot of useful elements for interactive interfaces. I like the drag-and-drop features, as well as the sliding elements. The colorful icons in the bottom left are a nice touch as well.
The Hanna UI kit has a lot of soft, subtle elements that you would find in a browser or an app. I like the window orientation icons in the bottom right.
Want to create a YouTube interface? The YouTube UI kit has all the elements that you would ever need to create your own YouTube app.
The gray UI kit uses soft inner shadows to create a sense of depth. The light blue is a great contrasting color for this UI Kit.
UI resource has many elements you would expect in any user interface. I like the subtle glow effect on the text when you hover over a button. The bright pink contrasts well with the black and white elements.
The Blauberry UI kit has the appearance of subtle indentations for certain elements. I think this really makes the text areas of the form elements standout. I also like the scrollbars and slider controls.
This user interface has the appearance of transparent glass. This would be a great UI kit for anyone who wants the background to show through their user interface.
The chiclet UI kit features a lot of community user interface elements. For example, there are profile picture elements, as well as portrait elements. This would be handy for a community website where people connect with each other on a personal level.
The free web UI set has a lot of useful interface elements. My favorite would have to be the flip number clock.
This user interface template is for iPads with retina displays. This means that each of these elements are high resolution, and are to be used specifically for iPads.
The butterscotch UI kit lives up to its name with different user interface elements highlighted with the signature butterscotch color. I like the subtle grooves around buttons. I also like the subtle shadow indentations for certain elements.
I personally think that all UI kits should be vector-based. This UI bundle makes sure of that, and features many useful elements you would find in any common app.
The Balio UI Kit features useful elements such as breadcrumbs, and interfaces for apps where you would work with projects or different tabs.
Heads up is a great UI kit was strong, colorful highlights. I like how elements such as the active tab or the active breadcrumb are highlighted in the bright blue color.
Moonify is a popular UI kit among web designers and developers. The reason is because of the profile pictures as well as the toggle buttons and star rating system.
Futurico is a colorful user interface system that features a lot of elements that are found in other UI kits. I especially like the grass in the bottom right corner.
If you are a fan of the Tron movies, this UI kit will make your day. They pulled off the signature blue glow that you would find in the movies. This is one of my personal favorites.
Loupe focuses on interface elements that you would find in any mobile app. These features include drop-down menus and toggle buttons. This UI kit does a good job of differentiating between different active and inactive states.
If you like a web buttons, this UI kit is for you. There are different button elements the chill find useful in any website.
Who doesn’t want 165 vector user interface elements? The only thing I would do with this one is remove the dated highlight effect.
Want to create your own Facebook user interface? This UI kit will make the job super-easy.
This UI kit is a treasure trove of web elements. You’ll find buttons, payment icons and even sticker elements to make certain items stand out.
I like the mix of light blue and white in this UI element pack. I like the toggle buttons and the drop-down menus in this set.
This wireframe kit is a great for getting an idea of what your text and headings will look like in your website. This should be the starting point for all of your websites. You even start out by deciding on your main hex values of different elements throughout the website.
With subtle glows and numeric notification icons, this UI kit has a futuristic look. The only thing I might do is toned down the highlights and shadows a little bit.
Despite the outdated shine, this interface layout pack has a lot of useful buttons and elements. I also like the simple icons that you would find on most websites and apps.
Want a sleek and sophisticated blog layout? This UI kit will help you to create a look that is sophisticated and streamlined.
This UI kit is jam-packed full of goodies. You’ll find everything you need to create a great user interface with plenty of color.
This UI kit is a colorful UI kit with all of the elements you’d hope for in a solid UI kit.
I like the graph elements in this UI kit. The are also circular elements, and the filling circle loading screen is a nice touch.
This UI kit takes the popular ghost button, and uses that concept to create an awesome UI kit. I like how everything is streamlined, and when a color is used, it jumps out against the sterile white elements.
Which of these free UI kits are your favorite? With such a huge collection, you’ll be able to create any type of user interface you want. There are thousands of elements found throughout these UI kits, which would make the start of any great website design. Do you know of an awesome UI kit that should be featured here? let me know in the comments section below.